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3. Dec. 2014

Speech Intelligibility Reporting Tool extended

The XL2 Acoustic Analyzer reliably measures the Speech Transmission Index (STI). The results can be imported into the STI Reporting Tool to create professional measurement reports in accordance with the IEC 60268-16 standard. The report now also simplifies workflows by allowing you to assign the same ambient noise spectrum to multiple speech intelligibility measurement results.

20. Nov. 2014

Successful NTi Audio Live Sound Tuning Seminar

SINGAPORE: More than two dozen experienced sound engineers successfully completed the Live Sound Tuning seminar where NTi Audio once again demonstrated the breadth of their international customer support network.

12. Nov. 2014

Loudspeaker polar-diagram measurements with the FX100 Audio Analyzer

The FX100 is widely recognized as the leading Audio Analyzer for quality testing of electro-acoustical transducers and systems. NTi Audio is proud to announce the addition of the capability for the FX100 to produce polar plots for loudspeakers. This measurement can be performed even in a reverberant room.

30. Oct. 2014

Noise Nuisance Assessment with Input Keypad

The XL2-TA Sound Level Meter is the first type approved sound level meter with a certified input keypad for legal noise nuisance assessment. The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) in Germany confirmed, that the XL2-TA in combination with the external Input Keypad meets the requirements of the standard IEC 61672.

8. Oct. 2014

XL2-TA Sound Level Meter receives Austrian Type Approval

The XL2-TA Sound Level Meter has received class 1 type-approval from the BEV (Bundesamt für Eich- und Vermessungswesen) in Austria. The type approved class 1 sound level meter is therefore suitable for environmental noise, occupational health and sound insulation applications in Austria where the measurements are required to be certified.
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