What is ‘acoustic decay’ and does it matter?

< Back  – Acoustic decay, or decay time, describes how much time is required for a sound to decay after it stops. Think of a cathedral  when the music / singing stops, there is a certain amount of time for the sound to decay to the point where you no longer hear it. – Typically, …

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Why should a concert hall, or for that matter, my club be analyzed for its acoustics?

< Back  – In general, most concert halls have been conceived with their acoustics ‘designed in’. This does not mean that there is a deficit, however, it can be advantageous to understand the decay times (often referred to as the RT60 time) as a function of location in the hall or club. – Depending upon …

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How would Immersifi analyze my listening room?

< Back  – There are several facets of room acoustics measurements, but the most commonly used method is to measure the uniformity of the sound. – This approach uses a random noise signal (played out through your system) that is then measured using instrumentation-grade microphones placed in designated areas of your listening room. – The …

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I have a home theater, why do I need it analyzed?

< Back  – Strictly speaking, you don’t need to have it analyzed, but it is a good way to determine how uniform your system sounds in your room. Tags: Faq

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What do you mean by ‘real time playback comparisons’?

< Back  – This is a technique whereby we record your audio system placing binaural mannequins at a given listening position (or positions) so that you may listen to the differences in your room’s acoustics. – Also, we can leave the mannequin(s) in-place, move the speakers, and compare the results obtained. This is a great …

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