When it comes to acoustic solutions, performance is everything.

Whether you’re developing products or environments designed to enhance the listening experience, minimizing interference from outside noise and vibration, creating ideal conditions for sound recording, ensuring precise audio measurement, or maximizing the insulating and privacy characteristics of building materials – ETS-Lindgren is the partner that consistently delivers the solutions you need.

ETS-Lindgren acoustic solutions are backed by more than 40 years of experience in acoustics and engineering. Our experts work with you and your team of integrators, architects, engineers, and designers to create optimal test environments, designed specifically to meet the precision requirements of different industries and applications:

  • Acoustics
  • Audiology
  • Automotive Research
  • Building Acoustics and Materials Testing
  • Noise Control
  • Noise Emissions
  • Recording and Broadcast

The Acoustics Research Laboratory (ARL) is located within ETS-Lindgren’s corporate headquarters near Austin, Texas. The test lab is independently accredited by third-party accrediting bodies including the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP) (NVLAP Lab Code 100286-0), and is a part of an ISO 9001 and 17025 Management Program.

And, for more than 40 years, ETS-Lindgren has provided superior sound isolation solutions for audiology and related research. In addition to our in-house expertise, we have a comprehensive network of local sales and service experts. This local presence ensures our clients receive quick service, support, and maintenance.

More on our Audiology solutions.

More on our Acoustic Research Laboratory services.

Case Studies

Boys Town Acoustic Audiometric Booths
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Articles and White Papers

The influences of changes in international standards on performance qualification and design of anechoic and hemi-anechoic chambers

Douglas Winker and Brian Stahnke

Sound Advice: Ten Things to Know About Acoustical Testing

Brian Stahnke and Dr. Douglas Winker

Determination of sound power level and directionality of reference sound sources in a hemi-anechoic chamber using ANSI S12.5/ISO 6926

Michael C. Black and Einar Gibbens Ristroph

Elevated sources under hemispherical arrays for product noise testing in hemi-anechoic chambers

Douglas F. Winker, Ankit Chadha and Einar G. Ristroph

Comparison of two test methods for determination of broadband sound power levels emitted by products: a reverberation chamber method versus a hemi-anechoic chamber method

Einar Gibbens Ristroph


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