04.09.2006 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Sencore introduces new audio integrator at NSCA

The SP395 from Sioux Falls-based Sencore offers handheld analysis of speaker coverage, time alignment and a host of other functions in a rechargeable design.

The new SP395 SoundPro audio integrator from Sencore is a handheld, battery-powered unit that provides comprehensive, easy to use audio/acoustic analysis. Sioux Falls-based Sencore has designed the unit for use with distributed sound and sound reinforcement systems, plus live sound applications and industrial sound analysis.

The Audio Integrator is designed to simplify speaker coverage analysis, speaker cluster time alignment, speaker time delay adjustments and frequency response equalization. It tests and documents background noise level, reverberation time band-by-band and system speech intelligibility. Analysis functions are implemented with 64-bit DSP firmware algorithms.

The SP395 features dual phantom-powered high-gain/low-distortion microphone inputs, powerful dual-FFT processing, integrated USB audio interface, and independent analog monitoring. The SP395 is supplied with a Type 2 standard measurement microphone, XLR cable, USB cable, impedance test cable, power adapter/charger, battery, and padded carry case. Core test functions are supplied as standard equipment, with more esoteric functions available for later purchase as firmware module upgrades. The removable Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery provides four to five hours of portable testing.

For more information, visit www.sencore.com/products/sp395.htm.

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