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1 Minimizing Speaker System variations using FINELab QC Intelligent Limits in QC SPL limits + sensitivity can be set from the actual pre-production data How to find the Golden Average Driver FINELab QC will automatically find the best match to the average i.e. theGolden Average Unit in Pre-production. TS parameters measured at high level with curve fitting TS parameters measured at low level and SPL at high level, gives wrong simulation results. FINELab QC measures the TS parameters at the same level as SPL. Export of measured QC driver responses for FINE X-over QC responses and limits can be exported into FINE X-over to determine the variation in the system responses caused by actual driver variations.

2 Intelligent Limits in QC The tolerance limits are allowed to move up and down with the sensitivity tolerance. This is the most realistic way to test the frequency response limits

3 Intelligent Limits in QC The limits are broken up in ranges separated by white square points. These can be selected and changed individually by clicking with the mouse or by using the up/down arrows for the points. I have selected point #10 (shown in magenta when selected) and I can either just drag and move the point, or use the upper and lower fields (Red) to change the frequency and dB deviation from the reference. I have specified the sensitivity range from Hz (Blue fields), where the sensitivity is calculated as the average with a +/- 1.5dB tolerance as specified in the two lower fields (Blue). The radio button Compensate is also activated, meaning that the tolerance limits are allowed to move up and down with the same tolerance. This is the most realistic way to test the frequency response limits; for example a driver with +1dB sensitivity should be tested with the limits offset by +1dB.

4 Sensitivity Compensated Limits

5 How to find the Golden Average Driver FINELab QC will automatically find the best match to the average i.e. theGolden Average Unit in Pre-production.

6 TS parameters measured at high level with curve fitting TS parameters measured at low level and SPL at high level, gives wrong simulation results. FINELab QC measures the TS parameters at the same level as SPL.

7 Export of measured driver responses to FINE X-over QC responses and limits can be exported into FINE X-over to determine the variation in the system responses caused by actual driver variations.

8 Export of measured QC responses in Excel CSV format QC responses and limits can be exported to Excel for further statistical calculations

9 FINEBuzz is the new Rub & Buzz Method This new method is based on Danish research on hearing mechanisms with a completely new algorithm

10 FINEBuzz showing 1 sugar crystal This new method is very sensitive and can detect even a small piece of sugar


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