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96KHz option to Options / Preferences General tab
What version 0.86 adds is
the ability to have the MLS test repeated multiple times.
After the test is repeated the results are averaged
and correlated. The result of doing an MLS more than
once is a reduction in the noise of the test. Here's
an example chart comparing single channel frequency
using 1 MLS sample versus using 6 MLS samples (the red
chart is the 6 samples).
Notice that the absolute
average levels are the same, but the 6 sample version
has much less high frequency noise. In some ways this
is similar to performing a smoothing operation. The
difference is that here the data is not smoothed arithmetically
- causing a loss in detail - but rather the detail stays
the same and the jitter decreases substantially.
To change the number of MLS
samples just open the Options Preferences dialog and
go to the Measurements tab. Repeat Count is the number
of MLS samples to take.
Because the samples are done
one after the other there is a chance of one sample's
data corrupting the next if echoes persist from sample
to sample so if you use multiple samples for acoustic
testing there is a possibility that multiple samples
will reduce accuracy. Try it and see what you think
for acoustic testing, but for impedance testing you
may wish to increase the number of samples - which will
increase accuracy of things like driver parameter estimation.
Speaker Workshop is currently
1.06 Rev 4/16/02
For a complete list of version changes,