About the software

CrossLite+ Highlights

Software

Performs measurements by double FFT and post processing of transfer functions. Dedicated to sound systems, audio transducers, and loudspeakers.


Features

Analysis and results that take into account climate and quantization variations.

Uses

Developed to easily measure, design, and adjust audio processing using two-way filters, time delay, and gain adjustment.


Differentials

CrossLite+, in addition to making measurements, it is compatible with files exported in .txt from different softwares.

CrossLite+ Resources

  • DSP with 10 channels.
  • Calculation of polar mean curve.
  • Smooth resolution of up to 48dB/Oct or off.
  • Calculation of independent impulse by channel and sum.
  • Adjustment of climatic conditions.
  • Simulation of sound attenuation according to climatic conditions and measurement distance.
  • Transfer function showing amplitude and phase values by channel and sum.
  • Coherence chart by channel and group of sum delay.
  • Automatic delay optimization for easy determination of the delay required for Dual-FFT measurement and the alignment of the transducers with the time.
  • Store window of transfer function.
  • Crossover options:
    • LR – Linkwitz-Riley:
      • Lower limit 12dB/Oct.
      • Upper limit 48dB/Oct.
      • Step 12dB/Oct.
    • BUT – Butterworth:
      • Lower limit 12dB/Oct.
      • Upper limit 48dB/Oct.
      • Step 6dB/Oct.
    • BES – Bessel:
      • Lower limit 12dB/Oct.
      • Upper limit 48dB/Oct.
      • Step 6dB/Oct.
  • Opções de Filtro:
    • “Bypassed” – Filter off.
    • “Parametric” – Bell filter with Frequency (Hz), Amplitude (dB) and Q adjustments.
    • “High Shelf” – Actuation shelf filter above the Frequency (Hz) setting and more Amplitude (dB) and Q settings.
    • “Low Shelf” – Actuation shelf filter below the Frequency (Hz) setting and more Amplitude (dB) and Q settings.
    • “High Pass 2” – Second-order high pass filter, with Frequency (Hz) and Q adjustments.
    • “Low Pass 2” – Second-order low pass filter, with Frequency (Hz) and Q adjustments.
    • “High Pass 1” – First-order high pass filter, with Frequency (Hz) adjustments.
    • “Low Pass 1” – First-order low pass filter, with Frequency (Hz) adjustments.
    • “Notch” – Notched filter with Frequency (Hz) and Q adjustments.
    • “All Pass 2” - Second-order all pass filter, with Frequency (Hz) and Q adjustments.
    • “All Pass 1” - First-order all pass filter, with Frequency (Hz) adjustments.
  • Adjustments have limits between:
    • Frequency from 20Hz to 20KHz, 1Hz step.
    • Amplitude from -40dB to +20dB, 0.1dB step.
    • Q from 0.1 to 128, 0.001 step.