High resolution audio is quickly becoming an important market driver in personal audio. But it has always been challenging to get repeatable and consistent data in the full audible range. Previous objective measurement methods have had limitations in the frequency response above 10 kHz and have often been based on human “golden ears”. Therefore GRAS has developed the new High Resolution Ear Simulator, which offers a precise method for measuring up to 20 kHz.
Together with National Instruments, GRAS had the pleasure of hosting a one-day seminar on Acoustic Measurements for Wind Applications last week.
This week GRAS attended the 2018 Worldwide Measurement Conference in Slovenia hosted by Dewesoft.
GRAS would like to thank Dewesoft for a great conference, excellent organization and an astonishing location.
Elmira and Santiago represented GRAS and met many end-users, reps and partners from all around the world and from many different industries.
Danish acoustic solution ensures optimal communication in the Aerospace and Defense Industry
- With the GRAS 45CC Headphone Test Fixture for headsets Invisio has secured a test setup suitable for both development and production of headsets.
Last week GRAS hosted a fully booked Headphone Seminar together with Listen, Inc. More than 150 people in Seoul, and over 50 people in Tokyo attended the Seminar, where Peter Wulf-Andersen, Steve Temme, Dr. Sean Olive and Prof. Lee spoke about headphone measurement challenges, perception and design and tuning.
The family-owned company GRAS Sound & Vibration doubles the bottom line after several years of expansion. Within the last fiscal year the revenue increased by 21% to 126.1 million DKK, making it the best financial year to date for the Danish measurement microphone company.