10.13.2006 08:00 AM
Studio Technologies offers networked sound level system

The SPLnet sound level meter system from Studio Technologies is designed for use in a variety of venues, including stadiums and arenas, where sound measurement and level compliance checking are required.

Unlike conventional hand-held sound level meters, the SPLnet system is networked at its core. All measurement, status and configuration information is accessed via a clear, Web-based interface. An operator can view real-time level data whether connected via LAN or the Internet.

This networked capability makes the SPLnet well suited for a single location or for deploying dozens of units in a variety of locales, anywhere in the world.

For more information, visit: www.studio-tech.com.



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