Environmental noise monitoring — Our SPL Graph module supports continuous noise monitoring, 

Also see our app note on Setting up an iPhone for Remote Noise Logging, and see our page about using Guided Access to turn your iOS device into a dedicated Sound Level Meter.

Reverberation Time Determination — Use our Impulse Response module to measure RT60 time, using T30 or T20 metrics. Many other parameters are also available.

Building Acoustics  

Sound absorption coefficient — 

Speech Intelligibility (STIPA) — Measure STIPA using v.4 of the NFPA standard.

Loudspeaker placement — 

HVAC Acoustics — Measure noise levels, find frequencies of limiting bands.

Room criteria — Room Criteria is part of our RTA module.

Sound System Equalization — Use our LARSA module for accurately measuring and correcting sound system equalization.

Narrowband Analysis — Use our FFT analyzer to identify frequencies to 1/48th octave resolution.

Pure tone determination — Pure sine wave tones can be detected with our FFT module.

Acoustics — 

Loudspeaker Analysis — With its extremely flat and stable frequency response, iPrecisionMic is the ultimate tool for loudspeaker setup and room analysis. Unlike typical plastic-diaphragm microphones, iPrecisionMic does not any correction curve to be applied. Correction curves are only valid for one orientation, and at one SPL level. iPrecisionMic provides flat response throughout its SPL range, and at a much wider incidence angle. It is also very stable over time and temperature, so its results can be trusted in all situations. Use iPrecisionMic when the absolute best performance is required. Combine it with LARSA for a complete professional loudspeaker test & measurement platform.

Live Concert Audio — iPrecisionMic works with our Transfer Function module,  as well as our SPL tools, SPL Traffic Light, SPL Graph, and SPL Meter, for applications such as live concert audio. Use iPrecisionMic when the highest level of accuracy is required.

Noise Studies — iPrecisionMic is also very useful for noise studies, given its low 18 dBA noise floor. Use it to with our SPL Graph module identify and log noise sources, knowing that the results are reliable and can be used for reporting noise violations.