iPhone and iPad Speakers Frequency Response

For anyone building applications with audio for these platforms, having these tests done can be absolutely useful.

While what you decide to put in it is up to you, I consider important to at least have a straight notion of what your audio content will sound like through the iPhone or iPad tiny speakers.

After recording a 10 second sweep through the mentioned devices (many thanks, F.!) following Aaron Brown Sound article, I deconvolved the signals with Voxengo Deconvolver. For someone doing the same, I advise to keep recording steady silence for two seconds after the sweep is over.

Below you can take a look at the difference between pink noise generated at 0 dBFS through and without the resulting iPhone 5 IR imported to Waves IR-L.

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Please keep in mind that this isn’t an all-purpose flawless test. Usage of the iPhone and even little issues related to manufacturing have their influence.

If you need more information or questions, shout me at melissapons@gmail.com or leave a comment below.

Happy IR’s!

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