Auralex Room Analysis Kit Plus
Using Auralex's Room Analysis PLUS Kit, installers can measure a client's home and send back the data to Auralex for the acoustical company to send back to the installer a detailed analysis that includes ways to solve the acoustical issues within the room.
Now more than ever before consumers are aware of the negative effects of bad room acoustics.
Auralex‘s new Room Analysis PLUS Kit is an installer-friendly package that contains an omni-directional microphone, a USB drive with frequency sweep audio samples and instructions on how to use the tests.
Installers will record the tests in a .WAV format and email the results to Auralex along with room details that include dimensions and photos. Auralex will turn that data around to provide the installer and client with a detailed explanation to correct the issues affecting the room.
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