The 2020 lecture on “Sound Quality of Audio Systems” presented by Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Klippel, honorary professor of the Institute of Acoustics and Speech Communication, will offer participants a deep understanding on the latest measurement and diagnostic techniques used in telecommunication, automotive, multi-media and professional applications to design small, light and cost-effective loudspeakers. The content reflects over 30 years of fundamental research by Klippel, allowing participants to improve their own designs and optimize manufacturing processes.
The presented content is highly recommended for students of electro-acoustics, and anyone in the audio industry active in research & development, manufacturing, or quality control. "The generation of signal distortion is modeled by linear, nonlinear and time-variant systems with lumped and distributed parameters. The course makes the relationship between symptoms and physical causes of the distortion more transparent," Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Klippel explains.
Key topics addressed will cover:
⋅ Comprehensive Assessment of Audio Systems
⋅ Physical Measurement and Perceptional Evaluation
⋅ Root Cause Analysis of Signal Distortion
⋅ Designing Green Speakers - providing more output with higher efficiency and lower cost
⋅ Adaptive, nonlinear control of Electro-acoustical Transducers
Practical sections will give each participant further opportunities for learning.
New topics to be addressed this year:
⋅ Designing a loudspeaker system with typical program material (music)
⋅ Product reliability, endurance testing, SPLmax
⋅ Matching amplifier and speaker giving maximum sound output
⋅ In-situ monitoring of speaker performance with music
Download the formal event invitation for more content details here.
For registration, visit the website or contact Jasmin Klaue by email or phone: +49 351 501 9390