Accurate high-frequency testing on desktop
Brüel & Kjær Sound & Vibration Measurement A/S, a subsidiary of Spectris, has released a high-frequency testing HATS for speech and sound, well suited for use in confined areas. Building on the success of its high-frequency head and torso simulator type 5128, Brüel & Kjær’s new tabletop version has been developed to support customers testing headphones on their work desk or in small anechoic chambers.
Tabletop HATS (Type 5128-B) is a torso-less head, which comes with a small desk stand. Its adjustable neck makes it suitable for testing all types of headphones and it can be also be fitted on a tripod or a turntable using a tripod mounting adapter. The head geometry of Type 5128-B complies with ITU-T Rec. P.58, IEC 60318-7 and ANSI S3.36-1985.
Existing high-frequency HATS Type 5128 owners can purchase just the tabletop support, in order to add new versatility to their HATS investment.