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20. November 2017

Let’s Clear Up Some Things About Sweeps

Let’s Clear Up Some Things About Sweeps

The second part of this article deals with the practical applications of sweep measurements on audio and acoustic systems. In addition to choosing the correct sweep method, it is important to adjust the parameters of the sweep to suit the test object being tested. This article provides some valuable tips.

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13. November 2017

Let’s Clear Up Some Things About Sweeps…

Let’s Clear Up Some Things About Sweeps…

Sweeps are a popular method in the field of audio measurement to describe the change in a measured output value over a progressing input parameter. The most commonly-used progressive input parameter is frequency varied over the standard audio bandwidth of 20 Hz to 20 kHz. But there is much more to a sweep. This article provides an overview as well as detailed explanations of various methods, parameters and optimizations concerning sweeps.

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09. October 2017

Professional Reports for Noise Consultants

Professional Reports for Noise Consultants

Providing reports that look professional and contain detailed relevant information is a must for any professional Noise Consultant. The powerful Data Explorer Software provides such reports using data acquired directly from the XL2 Sound Level Meter. Report on continuous 1/3-octave data with max and min values in every frequency band, and freely switch within the Data Explorer amongst A, C and Z weightings.

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15. September 2017

Great atmosphere at the "We Love Green" festival in Paris

Great atmosphere at the "We Love Green" festival in Paris

The XL2 Sound Level Meter was again at work at the "We Love Green" festival this year. More than 58,000 visitors came to Paris on 10th and 11th June for an environmentally-friendly music festival. A colorful line-up together with an outstanding location made the festival an exceptional musical experience. The event sound level monitoring was carried out with the XL2.

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04. September 2017

Listen to On-site Sounds Remotely

Listen to On-site Sounds Remotely

Through a browser to the NoiseScout unattended noise monitoring web portal you can now listen to quality live audio samples from a remote location. This audio feature helps you to identify what may be causing sound level alarm conditions without you having to physically visit the location.

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21. August 2017

XL2 at Funk the Format 2017

XL2 at Funk the Format 2017

Funk the Format ’17 saw the return to Hove Park of an ever increasingly popular urban music festival now in its fourth year. From its humble beginnings the event has grown both in its ambition and size. The XL2 ensured that the festival produced a sound to enjoy, both for visitors and neighbours.

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10. August 2017

Sound Power Testing – a professional solution with the XL2

Sound Power Testing – a professional solution with the XL2

NTi Audio offers a new solution for determining sound power from sound level measurements. This allows a manufacturer to determine the sound power level LWA of a product, using ISO 3744 standards, according to the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC and the Outdoor Noise Directive 2000/14/EC.

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06. August 2017

Audio Measurement Seminar in Tokyo

Audio Measurement Seminar in Tokyo

Within the last weeks NTI Japan held several measurement seminars with the Flexus FX100 Audio Analyzer. The seminar that took place in Japan was focused on basic measurement knowledge as well as professional audio measurements.

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28. June 2017

Sound Level Visualization with the Projector PRO

Sound Level Visualization with the Projector PRO

NTi Audio has launched a new generation of the very popular display projector for the XL2 Sound Level Meter. The XL2 Projector PRO software application connects via a USB port with the XL2 measuring device and visualizes its screen on a Windows or new Mac computer. Additionally, large level displays and a level predictor that looks into the future round off the functionality for live sound applications.

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