These 5 short tutorials guide the user through the various tabs in the SoundCheck analysis editor. Note: The next tutorial will cover the remaining tabs and the available analysis algorithms. Part 1 – Analysis Basics Part 2 – Waveform Analyses Part 3 – Curves Part 4 – Time and Delay Analyses Part 5 – Loose […]
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This sequence characterizes a microphone’s ability to passively and/or actively reject noise in the user’s environment. Unlike traditional microphone SNR measurements which calculate a ratio based upon a reference signal and the microphone’s noise floor, this method utilizes a signal (speech played from a mouth simulator) and noise (background noise played from two or more […]
In this short video, sales engineer Les Quindipan gives a brief overview and demonstration of the new features and functionality of SoundCheck 17, including the new level and cross-correlation trigger, average curve/waveform post-processing functionality, new color palettes, save to MATLAB option, and more.
Listen is excited to announce the release of SoundCheck Version 17. This new Windows/Mac release offers many features to simplify multi-channel and voice controlled testing, such as a new level and cross-correlation trigger, average curve/waveform post-processing functionality, the ability to easily read and work with multichannel wavefiles, multiple DC Connect control, and enhanced database options. […]
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 11 or 12, $3,250 for owners of version 13, $2,500 for owners of versions 14 […]
We are excited to announce our first major SoundCheck training event in Denmark in Copenhagen on May 1-3, 2019. Basic 2 day SoundCheck training Wednesday May 1st & Thurs May 2nd, 8.30am – 5.30pm This two-day class is designed to accelerate the learning curve for novice and basic level SoundCheck users. A combination of teaching, […]
This test sequence demonstrates SoundCheck’s Triggered Record – Chirp Trigger function for open loop testing of devices without analog inputs such as smart speakers, wearables, smart home devices, tablets and cellphones. A stimulus WAV file is created in SoundCheck and transferred to the device under test, where it is played back and the response recorded […]
This years AISE (ALMA International Symposium & Expo) will be held on June 9-10 in Orlando, FL. Listen will be showcasing its suite of audio measurement equipment for measuring smart speakers, wearables, smart home audio, hearables and automotive audio, as well as conventional transducers such as loudspeakers, headphones and microphones. In addition to exhibiting, Steve […]
Listen offers ETSI Standard background noise generation system Listen, Inc. has launched the ETSI standard background noise generation module, a SoundCheck test sequence which calibrates a 4.1 speaker array to conform with the ETSI ES 202 396-1 Standard. This provides an equalized, calibrated playback solution to stress devices in a standardized and repeatable way. The […]
The Challenges of Testing Speech Controlled Audio Systems Your devices got smarter. Did your test system? Learn how to implement open loop tests for both playback and recording in a range of devices including smart speakers, automotive audio, robots, IoT devices and more in this practical seminar. Open loop testing (testing devices where inputs and […]