Measure YOUR loudspeakers in YOUR room


No software to install
Easy and straightforward even for amateurs


Automatic target adapted to your setup
Hybrid FIR filters for best bass response


Sorry but the website is under construction : all features are not finalised and you may encounter some bugs !

In compensation, everything is free at the moment, so you may give a try…

This website is about acoustic measurements of loudspeakers in rooms, for audio professionals but also for amateurs. You don’t need any software or knowledge to do the measurements but thanks to very complete results and graphs, even professional get all needed informations to understand and improve the measured audio systems. A FIR correction can also be automatically calculated for FIR processors (ie MiniDSP, streaming softwares,…).

You can start having a look at the All measurements page and compare performances of various systems..
For measuring, you need to register (it’s free) to access to the Upload recording where you can start with a free test. You just have to download and play the audio file and record with a microphone, preferably calibrated.

Depending on Chosen plan, calculated EQ corrections can be downloaded from My Measurements page. At the moment, we have implemented measurements and correction of stereo and 5.1 multichannel systems but other multichannel audio system will be available, such as 7.1, 9.1.4 Home Atmos or even Atmos or DTS/X up to 50 or more channels.

Have a look at the FAQ for detailed informations.
Questions and comments have to be sent to support(at)loudspeakers.audio


Multichannel 5.1 is now on test for measurements,  but the performance rating is not correct at the moment. It will take a few days to wrap-up everything and I'm already testing the correction features for 5.1.
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Performance rating
Because some of you have asked for a rating that would be easier to understand than most graphs, I've added a performance value between 0 and 10 in the graph S4. You can get more infos here . In multichannel,...
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