The PureSound™ Speaker Test System is a comprehensive test solution with a unique and reliable defects analysis. The objective Rub & Buzz analysis correlates 100% to the subjective perception of the human ear. The typical cycle time for a complete speaker test is less than one seconds.
The FX100 with the FX-SIP impedance module is a very compact loudspeaker test system. Plug in an M2010 microphone and all your hardware requirements are complete. No external amplifier is required.
Fast GlideSweeps obtain all relevant measurement results from one short stimulus; typically less than one second. The FX100 has been optimized for factory noise immunity and high volume production. The sequence mode provides automated measurement of customized test sequences including Pass/Fail decision.
NTi Audio #: 830 000 204
Designed for companies who test smaller quantities of loudspeakers, such as R&D, sample QC testing or PA rental companies. While the Standard Edition still offers the complete set of measurement functions, the test system can only be operated in manual mode.
NTi Audio #: 830 000 202
Contains the full RT-Speaker functionality and is therefore the optimal solution for testing mass production of loudspeakers. Besides the complete set of measurement functions, the Premiere Edition offers numerous helpful features for system integration such as digital IO, TCP/IP interfaces and barcode scanners. Various user access rights, a comprehensive statistic tool as well as the ability to classify results complete the list of features.
NTi Audio #: 830 000 200
The results produced by each of the three software editions are fully compatible to each other. Every RT-Speaker project can be executed with each software edition.
All three editions also enable the PureSound Rub&Buzz defect detection in the FX-Control software.
Introduction to setting up and operating a solution that measures the polar plot of a loudspeaker.
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