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Prism Sound test division becomes Spectral Measurement

Posted on: Tuesday 24th of September 2019

The Test & Measurement division of Prism Sound, maker of the dScope Series III Audio Analyzer, has re-launched as an independent business trading under the new name Spectral Measurement. Customers in audio electronics and electroacoustics will reap the benefits of the increased focus.

Spectral Measurement not only manufactures high quality audio test equipment, but also has a wealth of experts who can provide the support required to help throughout the product development and manufacturing cycle. The benefit of this approach is that you can develop R&D, verification and production tests in parallel, leading to a significant reduction in time to market.

Spectral Measurement launches with two great new solutions: the dScope Series III M1 range of high-performance, low cost audio analyzers and the range of Loudspeaker Test Chambers designed by Hill Acoustics.
dScope Series III M1 range provides the features expected from a professional instrument costing many times as much, complete with automation.

The Hill Acoustics Loudspeaker Test Chambers include the Tetrahedral Test Chamber range, as well as custom offerings that can completely enclose a speaker cabinet or Head and Torso Simulator (HATS) and produce balloon responses and 2*Pi measurements. These avoid the need for expensive anechoic chamber facilities and provide a precise positioning jig for highly repeatable results.

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