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10. July 2015

Controlling the XL2 from your PC just got better

Controlling the XL2 from your PC just got better

With the XL2 Remote Measurement Option, you can connect your XL2 via USB to your PC and access a wealth of API commands. Control your XL2 from within your favorite application and pull the sound measurement results in remotely. Now you can query 10 individual levels with a single command, plus you can retrieve FFT and 1/12 Octave data sets through the API.

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02. July 2015

XL2 at "We Love Green" Festival in Paris

XL2 at "We Love Green" Festival in Paris
30’000 visitors turned up in Paris on the weekend of the 30th and 31st May 2015 to enjoy the "We Love Green" Festival. XL2 Sound Level Meters were there monitoring the sound levels and keeping the peace in the surrounding neighborhood.

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24. June 2015

NTi Audio experts at Swiss Acoustical Conference

NTi Audio experts at Swiss Acoustical Conference

This year’s spring meeting of Swiss acousticians provided NTi Audio with an extraordinary forum for presentation of their wide range of professional expert measurement solutions. Visitors learned how to determine speech intelligibility as well as measure reverberation time, sound insulation and environmental noise.

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18. June 2015

XL2 Analyzers at Ningxia University

XL2 Analyzers at Ningxia University

Students from the Architecture and Physics college of Ningxia University attended the audio and acoustic measurement devices seminar presented by NTi Audio. The seminar provided practical hands-on training for professional sound measurements.

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10. June 2015

XL2 Sound Level Meter – just turn it on!

XL2 Sound Level Meter – just turn it on!
The XL2 Sound Level Meter is renowned for providing precise measurements through a simple user interface. Now it just got better. The newly-available "Locked Run" mode of operation means that the XL2 only has to be switched on for measurements to happen automatically. To further ensure continuation of sound level logging, all keys on the device are locked.

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02. June 2015

Loudspeaker Testing - Simple & Reliable like never before

Loudspeaker Testing - Simple & Reliable like never before
Testing your loudspeakers, transducers or subassemblies has never been easier. Just connect your device under test (DUT) directly to your FX100 Audio Analyzer and begin measuring. No more hassle with external amplifiers, cable dangle or measuring errors due to uncalibrated gain. The new integrated FX-SIP module with its powerful amplifier offers unrivalled performance, reliability and ease-of-use.

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04. May 2015

Advanced RT60 Reverb Measurement with the XL2

Advanced RT60 Reverb Measurement with the XL2
The XL2 is a precise and reliable RT60 measurement instrument. In addition to the T20 calculation, the XL2 Sound Level Meter now measures reverberation time using the T30 method. This enhancement is in line with the current ISO3382 standard and is free for all XL2 customers.

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20. April 2015

Octave and one-third octave band measurements with the FX100 Audio Analyzer

Octave and one-third octave band measurements with the FX100 Audio Analyzer
Octave and one-third octave band representations of measurements are widely used for real-time acoustic spectral analysis (RTA) in sound level meters. Audio Analyzers, on the other hand, typically represent spectrums with high-resolution FFT's. There are also audio measurement applications where standards require octave or one-third octave band measurements. NTi Audio provides a tool to derive octave and one-third octave band results from FFT measurement results using the FX100 Audio analyzer.

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08. April 2015

Low Frequency Noise – the XL2 now offers a valuable Toolbox for effective Assessment

Low Frequency Noise – the XL2 now offers a valuable Toolbox for effective Assessment
The Data Explorer PC software for the XL2 Sound Level Meter now includes a series of professional tools for detailed analysis of low-frequency noise (LFN). The graphical representation of time varying frequency components offers an efficient process for identifying the presence and level of LFN. Also the associated high quality audio recording supports further correlation with the objective measurement data.

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