Head and Torso Simulators
Designed to measure and improve performance and accuracy of telecom and smart devices, our Head and Torso Simulators (HATS) comply with the high requirements and standards for speech recognition. Our simulators accurately match the characteristics of a human voice sound-field, and gives reproducible measurement results ensuring product performance and customers satisfaction.
High-Frequency HATS Type 5128
Capable of both issuing voice commands and measuring smart speaker response (full frequency range up to 20 kHz) makes fully automated testing of smart speakers and other voice operated devices possible.
DZ-9773 and DZ-9774
Pinnae with tapered ear canal
Pinnae with tapered ear canal enable easy mounting of earbuds on our Head and Torso Simulator (HATS). With a slightly modified ear canal entrance, the shape of the pinnae is conically merged with a cylinder, making it easy to seal earbuds during tests.
DZ-9769 + DZ-9770
Symmetrical pinnae for Head and Torso Simulator
These symmetrical pinnae comply with ITU-T Rec. P.58, IEC 60318-7 and ANSI S3.36-1985, including testing of headphones and hearing protectors as well as measurements on telephones, hands-free communication devices and hearing aids.
High-frequency Head and Torso Simulator
High-frequency Head and Torso Simulator (HF HATS) provides unprecedented realism, for electroacoustic testing of smart devices and speakers, audio conferencing devices, microphones, headphones, and hearing aids.
Head and Torso Simulator (HATS) With handset positioner
Designed to be used in-situ electroacoustics tests on, for example, telephone handsets, headsets, audio conference devices, microphones, headphones, hearing aids, hearing protectors and smart speakers. Includes Handset Positioner Type 4606 for accurate positioning of telephone handsets.
Head and Torso Simulator (HATS)
Designed to be used for in situ electroacoustics tests on, for example, telephone handsets, headsets, audio conference devices, microphones, headphones, hearing aids, hearing protectors and smart speakers.