This sequence follows the test standard detailed in EN50332-1 (2013) for measuring the maximum sound pressure for portable music players and the earphones/headphones they are bundled with. The test involves loading a weighted pink noise stimulus file (as specified by IEC 268) onto the portable device and playing it through the earphones at the player’s maximum volume.
These sequences include all the tests from ANSI S3.22:2014 as well as some of the additional ‘Annex C’ tests from the 2014 ANSI standard. This guide describes the basic functionality of each sequence and details the process of hardware setup and calibration.
Each test, as outlined in the standards, is contained in a single test sequence and can be run independently. The ‘— HA ANSI S3.22_2014 Product Test — master sequence’, calls all the required individual test sequences to run a complete standard test suite. It also creates or recalls a limits file according to the definitions in ANSI S3.22:2014 and assists in setting the correct Reference Test Setting for the device being tested. The name of the master sequence is bracketed by dashes to separate it from the individual test sequences.
These two test sequences are designed to test the hearing aid compatibility of a telephone according to the TIA 1083 and FCC Part 68.316 standards. These sequences, which rely on the user having radial and axial HAC probes, play the appropriate test signals, measure the response and compare them to the limits in the standard. These pre-written sequences enable the user to immediately test to the relevant standards, and can be fully modified to meet any custom testing needs if desired.
These two sequences follow the test standard detailed in EN50332-2 for measuring the maximum levels of portable music players and earphones/headphones. This section of the standard covers the individual testing of the devices rather than the combined testing that is detailed in part 1. Note that the physical setup and connections will be different between the two sequences. Please read the hardware and calibration sections of this instruction carefully.