Our last blog post, covered why we decided to make an IEC baffle, and the practical constraints we face in our office. In this post, we will focus on the creation of the baffle, as well as testing its effectiveness. Creation Process After establishing the design goal and identifying our constraints, it’s time to start […]
Greetings from our San Jose office. We’re pleased to share with you our very first VLOG. In this video our own Kevin Yang discusses our reasons for constructing an IEC Acoustic Baffle as well as the practical constraints we needed to overcome in order to get it built.
Introduction Measurements on loudspeakers are made by various sorts of individuals and for a variety of reasons. At Amplify Labs, we conduct loudspeaker measurements for a variety of purposes. Our measurements range from assessing T/S parameters at the component level to evaluating complete speaker enclosures, ensuring they meet the published specifications. We also perform in-situ […]
In our last post, we broke down why having a quiet space where we could make a lot of noise was important in our line of work. Here we’ll talk more about specific requirements for the vault, how we got there, and what we use the space for today + some cool pictures 🙂 Requirements […]
Here at Amplify Labs, we do quite a bit of audio design work for consumer electronics, medical, and industrial products that requires physical acoustic measurement space. We help quantify metrics like acoustic frequency response, THD (Total Harmonic Distortion), Rub and Buzz, Echo Loss, Double Talk Attenuation, and Noise to name a few. These metrics help […]