Isolated anechoic chamber
Based at the AudioLab's Genesis 6 Building (York Science Park)
- Research facility for recording and playback under anechoic conditions
- 3 m x 3 m x 3.5 m
- Housed in a separate building for acoustic isolation
- Used by our postgraduate students as part of their MSc course and final projects
- Work undertaken using the chamber has contributed to some of the lab's most significant research outputs
Fixed Mouting Points
Allow for the mounting of metal frameworks, speaker arrays, microphones, dummy heads etc.. This ensures that measurements can be conducted with maximum accuracy.
Foam wedges can be found on all surfaces to prevent any reflections.
Suspended mesh floor ensures that work can take place in the chamber without impacting the quality of the results.
Significant Research Output
The SADIE II database is one of the lab's most significant research outputs, having been recorded in our anechoic chamber and adopted in YouTube by Google.