Basic Loudspeaker Measurement Seminar (China) / 扬声器测试基础篇

Oct 13th, 2021. 10.00am China Time / 2021 年 10 月 13 日上午 10 点(中国时间)

Join Les Quindipan and Anastassia Tolpygo on Oct 13th for a seminar on basic loudspeaker testing. This introductory seminar is aimed at anyone new to audio measurement, specifically loudspeaker testing. It will begin with an introduction to the basic design of a loudspeaker, including how a typical loudspeaker works. Various loudspeaker measurements will be explained, such as frequency response, distortion, sensitivity, phase/polarity and impedance, and how they might offer indications as to potential defects in a speaker. Typical test configurations for both R&D and end-of-line production test will be shown. A complete speaker test will be demonstrated, using SoundCheck and our free Loudspeaker complete test sequence. This will include setting up software and hardware, calibrating and configuring the test (e.g. setting pass/fail limits) and a discussion of the results. There is no charge for this seminar, but registration is required.

于10 月 13 日加入Les Quindipan 和 Anastassia Tolpygo主持的有关基础扬声器测试的研讨会吧。

此研讨会目的是向任何不熟悉音频测量的人介绍一下音频测量, 特别是扬声器测试。在研讨会中,首先会介绍扬声器的基本设计, 包括典型扬声器的工作原理。并将解释各种扬声器测量,例如频率响应、失真、灵敏度、相位/极性和阻抗, 以及扬声器测试如何提供有关扬声器潜在缺陷的指示。研讨会将展示用于研发和下线生产测试的典型测试配置。

在研讨会中将演示完整的扬声器测试。使用 SoundCheck 和我们免费的扬声器完整测试程序。这将包括设置软件和硬件、校准和配置测试(例如设置通过/失败限制)以及对结果的讨论。本次研讨会不收取任何费用,但需要预先报名。

Register for Seminar / 报名参加研讨会

AES International Conference on Automotive Audio – Munich – September 11-13, 2019

Listen is a gold sponsor and exhibitor at the AES International Conference on Automotive Audio in Munich, Germany on September 11-13.

Listen founder and president, Steve Temme, will be presenting a tutorial on ‘Testing Voice-Controlled and Smartphone Integrated Infotainment Systems’ at 2pm on Sept 11th. In this tutorial he will discuss the challenges of implementing audio tests in cars when the signal path is often via a smartphone and/or the car’s own voice-controlled system, and demonstrate how modern test systems can use techniques such as frequency shift and resampling to enable accurate measurement of car audio characteristics ranging from simple frequency and distortion measurements to voice control and communications in the presence of background noise.

On display at the the booth will be various options for testing automotive audio including the SoundCheck test system, Listen’s own audio test hardware, and 3rd party hardware such as 6 microphone arrays and head and torso simulators. On the booth, Listen will also be demonstrating how SoundCheck fully integrates with, and controls, the Mentor A2B interface to enabled rapid automated testing of systems and components that use the A2B bus.


Cupertino SoundCheck Training – Sept 10-11, 2018

training_chicago2017Unleash your audio test skills with our popular 2 day SoundCheck training course in Cupertino, CA on Sept 10-11.

In this class, we start with the basics – how to set up your system, calibrate your hardware and use the virtual instruments.  We then focus on how to develop and modify test sequences, starting with stimulus, analysis and display options, and progressing to more advanced functionality such as sequence loops and jumps, statistics, and advanced post-processing. The class is a combination of classroom-style teaching and hands on practical sessions, so that when you leave the class you will be ready to go in practice as well as in theory.

This hands-on class covers all the major features of SoundCheck version 16, including writing sequences, test signals, analysis, distortion measurements and more. The class is a combination of presentations interspersed with hands-on exercises to ensure that you are comfortable with all the concepts and methods taught before you leave the classroom. Although no previous SoundCheck experience is assumed, the course still offers plenty to users familiar with writing basic sequences.  Content includes:

  • Overview of SoundCheck software
    • Software Options
  • Hardware
    • Configuring audio interfaces and external equipment
    • Listen Certified Sound Cards
  • Calibration
    • Calibration of different DUT types (telephones, speakers, etc.)
  • Virtual instruments
    • Spectrum Analyzer, RTA, Multi-meter, Signal Generator, Oscilloscope
    • Virtual Instruments – hands-on
  • Online forum, bug and wish lists
  • SoundCheck Steps & Sequences
    • Philosophy & Architecture
    • Creating and editing SoundCheck Test Sequences and Steps
    • Using the Sequence Wizard
    • Stimulus & Acquisition Step details
    • Basic analysis
    • Display
    • Data Management Hands-on
    • Limits
    • Sequence Development – hands-on
    • Printing
    • Serial numbers
    • Autosave and recall
    • Messages – user prompts, calling external devices
    • Post-processing
    • Sequence Development (part 2) – hands-on
    • Statistics
    • Sequence loops and jumps
    • Advanced sequence development

Course presenters: Mark Latshaw, Cam Ruffle-Deignan – Listen, Inc.
Cost: $950 ($665 with valid SoundCheck support contract)

Location / Dates / Time
Hilton Garden Inn, 10741 N Wolfe Rd, Cupertino, CA 95014
Sept 10-11, 2018. Coffee / snacks / sign-in starts at 8:00 AM and the training course runs from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM each day.