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New Features for the FX-Control Software

Loudspeaker Test with the FX-Control Software and the FX100 Analyzer 
Good news for all FLEXUS FX100 customers! Version 3.0 of the FX-Control Software contains many new useful functions and is available for free download.

A significant addition is in the field of electrical loudspeaker measurements. The calculation of the resonance frequency and the Thiele/Small parameters is now fully supported by the FX-Control software. These functions are available as a "calculation element" and fit seamlessly into the operating concept of the software. The impedance characteristics are used as input parameters, optionally with or without additional load on the loudspeaker membrane. The sequence control of the measurement is carried out in the FX-Control "Sequence mode", so it is possible to completely capture the electrical characteristics of a loudspeaker within a few seconds.



STI Reporter Supports International Standards

STI Reporter  

The NTi Audio STI Reporter is an MS Excel tool for reporting speech intelligibility in rooms with multiple measurement points. The tool has now been further developed to include the ISO, CEN, DIN, and VDE country-specific standards.

The measurement of speech intelligibility is usually an integral part of the review of voice alarm systems. The specific requirements often vary from country to country. The NTi Audio MS Excel based, multilingual STI Reporter assesses variations and calculates the average speech intelligibility derived from several individual measurements. In addition to the existing evaluation according to the IEC 60268-16 and AS 1670.4 Standards, the STI Reporter now also supports the following standards...


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Meet NTi Audio at the following Events:

13 - 14 May 2019
Milton Keynes, UK

9 - 10 June 2019
AISE 2019
Florida, US

12 - 14 June 2019
InfoComm 2019
Florida, US

16 - 19 June 2019
InterNoise 2019
Booth: No. 12
Madrid, Spain

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The Loudest Undistorted Sound on Earth

At first glance, the highest imaginable sound pressure at sea level in our atmosphere with its average static pressure of 101325 Pa would range from 0 Pa (a vacuum at the trough of the wave) to twice the atmospheric pressure (crest of the wave).
The amplitude of such a massive sound wave would equal the static pressure itself...

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