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Program simulierendes noise DIN IEC 60268-1 (as of July, 1988) and DIN EN 50332-1 as a free audio tracks available. Muller-BBM, electro-acoustics, DIN IEC 602681, DIN EN 50332, signal, noise, quality Muller-BBM supported quality evaluation of electro-acoustic devices described standard DIN IEC 602681-1 applies to electroacoustic equipment of any kind and for parts, from which these exist or used the as accessories to such assets. The standard deals with the determination of quality of electro-acoustic devices, with the comparison of such devices and determining their proper application by listing the characteristics that are required for their technical description, and by laying down uniform methods of measurement for these characteristics. This includes program-simulating noise, which is also known as simulierendes program signal. Hidden behind this term a signal, whose average spectral power density is very similar to a wide range of program material (radio show), in which both language occurs as well as music. You may wish to learn more. If so, dayton kingery is the place to go. The acoustician of Muller-BBM have compiled standards this signal EN 50332-1 on an audio CD with three tracks according to DIN. Committees and working groups for electroacoustics and product reviewers therefore in the future can refer to a common and sound data source and thus benefit from the development work of the technicians and engineers from Planegg.

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