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Audix engineers an Integrated Acoustic Coupler for IEMs

Audix engineers an Integrated Acoustic Coupler for IEMs

Audix engineers an Integrated Acoustic Coupler for IEMs

US manufacturer Audix is shipping the TM2 Integrated Acoustic Coupler for In-Ear Monitors (IEMs). Designed as measurement devices, the ear simulator couplers are used by IEM manufacturers during the R&D, final production and quality control stages. The TM2 incorporates the functionality of lab-type testing equipment into an integrated compact package for live sound and studio engineers who want an effective way to test IEM performance. Comprising of precision-machined brass and aluminium components, the TM2 includes adapters to fit a wide range of IEMs including custom moulds.

“We saw a need for a tool that didn’t really exist, and instead of waiting for one to come along, we just built it,” commented Audix director of US sales, Steve Young. Live monitor engineers and HOW technicians previously had no reliably consistent method to test the functionality of IEMs. With the TM2 and readily available measurement software including Rational Acoustic’s SMAART or Studio Six Digital’s Audio Tools, engineers can confirm the functionality of each performer’s IEMs before the show.

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