Question: What is the point eqMac? What is an Audio Equalizer?
If if you feel like your audio hardware (headphones, speaker) does not have enough Bass (low frequency) punch, or vice versa, you can adjust that using eqMac.
Watch THIS VIDEO for a better explanation.
Question: How do you install eqMac?
Press the Download button on the home page.
Open the downloaded eqMac.dmg file (if you accidentally closed the window you can always reopen it by Finding it as a Drive in your Finder).
Drag the eqMac app into Applications directory.
Open eqMac.app from you Applications directory.
Question: Why is eqMac asking for Admin Password during the first launch?
The way eqMac works it needs to install an Audio Driver, to do that it needs your system password. The app never sees your password as it uses secure Apple API to perform the install.
Question: Why is eqMac asking for permission to access my microphone?
macOS does not have direct way to access the System Audio stream, so we use the eqMac Audio driver to divert the system audio to the drivers input stream. Then eqMac captures that input audio stream, processses it and sends it directly to the output device.
Question: Sometimes there are sound issues using eqMac?
Sometimes there are synching issues, try to switch away from eqMac audio device to your preferred output device and eqMac should restart the audio pipeline. Alternatively, you can try to restart eqMac, that should help as well
Question: How do I uninstall eqMac?
The proper way to uninstall eqMac is to click the "Uninstall" button in eqMac Settings section.
That will run a script to uninstall the app and the driver properly.
If for whatever reason you cannot run eqMac, to uninstall the driver you can run this command in Terminal: