TMH Digital Audio Test and Measurement Disc Series is the quickest, easiest,
and most hassle-free way to get your audio system "in tune"!
Tomlinson Holman, (the man behind THX, and who coined the term "5.1"audio), created this state-of the-art set of pure audio test signals to specifically meet the unique challenges inherent in today's digital recording and playback environments. Many of these tests are new, innovative, and unavailable anywhere else. Yet, their precision and accuracy exceeds or matches test results that would otherwise require "thousands of dollars" worth of expensive test gear and complicated time-consuming procedures. All you will need is a simple sound level meter, a stopwatch, and your ears!
Disc #1. Stereo and Surround System Setup & Test. For: Home Theaters, Professional Studios, and Project Studios. Includes: Room acoustics and speaker tests, Setup and calibration for Stereo and Surround Sound mode, transient tests, and demonstration sound effects.
Disc #2. Digital and Analog Audio Tests. For: Professional Studios and Project Studios. Includes: Specialized reference tones, DAC code check, music reference tests.
Disc #3. Acoustic Tests. For: Testing room acoustics / live sound. Includes: Setup and calibration, transient tests, reverberation time, background noise level and rattle tests, and demonstration sound effects.
Disc #4. Electro-Acoustical Tests. For: System tests, (particularly speakers), from large pro-systems to desktop systems. Includes: Setup and calibration, transient tests, Quasi-steady state tests, and others.
No other individual has played as significant a role in establishing industry-wide standards for the presentation of music and film as Tomlinson Holman. His legacy is one of creating new markets, redefining existing markets, and designing new products that set new quality standards. Dedicated to excellence, Tom and his new company, TMH Corporation, have "Done it again"! The TMH Digital Audio Test and Measurement Disc Series is the ultimate tool for optimizing the performance of today's (and tomorrow's) digital and analog audio systems.