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.
We have some amazing discounts to celebrate the end of 2021 and help you get more for your money. Each of these will be launched on the scheduled dates; we are happy to provide quotes for these items ahead of the scheduled date, to enable efficient order processing. All offers expire at 5pm on December […]
Covid times call for different ways of meeting our customers, and our solution is to go retro with the Listen Roadshow. While we are happy to visit you in your offices (our entire sales team is fully vaccinated and masked!), we recognize that many of our customers are not permitting external vendor visits. While we […]
Visit us next week at our West Coast Audio Measurement Roadshow! We’re bringing our truck to various outdoor locations in the Bay area for Covid-safe product demos, previews, refreshments and giveaways (details below). If you haven’t received a personal invite yet, please let us know and we’ll send you full details!
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 […]
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 […]
This test suite contains 3 sequences to enable comprehensive testing of digital MEMS microphones: Measurement of frequency and sensitivity using a calibrated source Measurement of frequency using the ‘substitution method’, a solution for measuring frequency response where the source speaker cannot or is not equalized Measurement of power supply rejection (PSR) performance More
The sequence measures the Max Sound Pressure Level (SPL) of a car infotainment system in the vehicle’s interior The sequence uses a 6 microphone array mounted at either the driver or passenger locations. A 30 second pink noise stimulus having an RMS level of -12 dBFS is played through the infotainment system and captured by […]