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The new firmware V2.03 extends the XL2 features for measurement applications-New functions are the customizable user profile handling, the load back function of stored measurement data and an optional RT60 measurement in third octave resolution.

All customers may upgrade their XL2s for free now.

 

The new product features of the XL2 Audio and Acoustic Analyzer are a major update. Now the flexible user profiles offer personalized measurement screens and a limited subset of the comprehensive functionalities enabled for simplified operator interfaces. The XL2 Analyzer boots up with exactly the pre-defined instrument configurations. This ensures accurate measurements achieved by basic users.



Load Back and Append Measurement Data
The new extended memory menu simplifies data file handling. Now the XL2 Audio and Acoustic Analyzer supports user file names and subdirectories for separating results of different projects. The straight-forward save and load function serves the dual purpose of storing measurement results for later recall and examination on-screen, as well as to conveniently retrieve standard test setups for repeated testing. The results of several individual measurements may be stored into the same data file, thus simplifying result analysis and data handling on the computer.


RT60 measurements in 1/3rd octave resolution
Now the XL2 Analyzer measures the reverberation time RT60 besides the octave-band resolution also in third-octave resolution. All 31 bands are verified in parallel according to the Schroeder method with automated triggering. As test signal serves either an impulse source or a gated pink noise. The third-octave RT60 function is part of the optional Extended Acoustic Pack.


Furthermore new XL2 features include the X-curve for cinema equalization, a 22.4Hz- 22.4kHz weighting filter for level measurements and an extended control for the internal speaker with digital post gain.


All XL2 customers may download the new firmware V2.03 for free now.

 

For more details visit NTi Audio at www.nti-audio.com/XL2.

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