HOW does it work???

The 10Eazy hardware

10EaZy ships with dedicated hardware. Why?

To do reliable and accurate measurements on a PC, the software on your computer will need to understand the relationship between the sound pressure level at the microphone and the samples that is fed to the software.

This is often referred to as "the calibration"

The relationship needs to be known for the software to express a correct dB value. 

If you use a normal soundcard to do your measurements, you might change the input gain of the microphone either on the hardware or in the windows control audio panel. Doing so would change the calibrated relationship between input level at the microphone, and the samples fed to the software, creating wrong measurement results. 

To do reliable measurements without the need for constant re-calibration with expensive calibration tools, dedicated hardware is needed.

10EaZy is one of very few companies to offer exactly that.

the 10eazy software

10EaZy is programmed to refine features and secure that the user interface displays an unambiguously representation of past, current and predicted future dB values. 

We put a lot of efforts into innovating the user interface during the initial development in 2005 and 2006 and to date we still strive to improve it every day. We insist on never adding things to 10EaZy that does not create added value for a large group of our customers, and is intuitive to use.

Having pioneered intuitive sound level measurements for the entertainment industry more than 10 years ago, we take great pride in the fact that most competitors today rely heavily on the same user experience design, proving our concept.

10EaZy is programmed on a very stable platform, ensuring that your measurement never crashes in the middle of a show. 

Once setup, 10EaZy is capable of running fully automated without user interaction, making it ideal for fixed installs where there is no technical staff on duty every night.