Audio Test from the
R&D Lab to the
Production Line







New Product Launch!

Listen continues to lead the way in perceptual distortion measurements with our new Enhanced Perceptual Rub & Buzz algorithm. This new product, based on years of original research, offers unrivaled repeatability, reliability and correlation to human hearing, making it an unbeatable solution for end-of-line perceptual audio test.

Watch the video of our launch event!



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Smartphones & Tablets

Automotive Audio


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Audio Electronics


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News & Events

Latest News

  • Huge Discounts on SoundCheck 20 UpgradesApril 26, 2022 - 7:59 pm

    For a limited time we are offering deep discounts on a system upgrade to enable you to get up to date with the latest version of SoundCheck. The upgrade offer is a simple flat rate: $3,950 for owners of SoundCheck 14 or 15, $3,250 for owners of version 16, $2,500 for owners of versions 17 […]

  • Log4j Vulnerability StatementDecember 16, 2021 - 7:10 pm

    SoundCheck software is not affected by any lapses in security caused by Log4j or other Apache logging frameworks. Current and previous versions of SoundCheck do not use the Java logging package Log4j, therefore do not pose any security risk. This applies to all versions of SoundCheck, SoundCheck One, NoiseCheck, and SoundCheck demo versions.

Upcoming Events

  • ALTI Expo 22May 6, 2022 - 6:17 pm

    Come and see us at ALTI Expo 2022 in Las Vegas, June 5-6. We’ll be exhibiting SoundCheck 20, the latest release of our popular audio measurement software, as well as AmpConnect 621, our new multichannel hardware interface. Company founder and president, Steve Temme will present a paper on our new enhanced Perceptual Rub & Buzz […]

  • AES 2022 International Automotive Audio ConferenceMay 6, 2022 - 5:56 pm

    We’ll be attending and exhibiting at the AES International Automotive Conference in Detroit, June 8-10. Stop by and visit our booth to learn more about the latest version of SoundCheck, including a host of new features designed for multichannel and communications testing, as well as the new enhanced perceptual Rub & Buzz algorithm. Listen founder […]


  • Display TutorialMarch 19, 2021 - 7:04 pm

    Our series of basic SoundCheck training instructional videos concludes with 7 short videos highlighting the different display options ranging from simply x-y graphs  and tables to polar plots, and display customization, and of course how to use all these options in a sequence. Part 1: Display Step Basics Part 2: Display Configuration Part 3: Graph […]

  • Statistics TutorialSeptember 8, 2020 - 7:36 pm

    Our series of instructional training videos continues with this series of 4 short videos explaining Statistics. These introduce the user to the statistics options in SoundCheck, and demonstrate how to use them in 4 different ways: in sequences, with results, Process Capability measurements, and offline statistics. Statistics 1: Data Statistics 2: Results Statistics 3: Process […]

Technical Resources

  • Enhanced Perceptual Rub & Buzz Demo SequenceMay 13, 2022 - 2:56 pm

    This sequence demonstrates how SC20’s new enhanced Perceptual Rub & Buzz algorithm compares to normalized Rub & Buzz and subjective listening. Running this sequence on a batch of good and bad buzzing loudspeakers should help identify by measurement, audibly defective units and where to set production limits. Starting the sequence, the user is asked at […]

  • Complete End-of-Line Speaker Test (includes ePRB)May 13, 2022 - 2:47 pm

    This sequence is an example of the many types of tests that can be performed quickly and simultaneously on a loudspeaker production line. It includes perceptual distortion measurement with the new enhanced Perceptual Rub & Buzz algorithm. A stepped sine sweep (StweepTM) from 20 kHz to 50 Hz is played through the speaker and measured […]

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