Welcome to AudioCheck.net
Sound testing your audio environment online
Audio Check gives you access to an extensive collection of sound tests, playable online and downloadable for free. The audio material provided here will help you assess the audio equipment connected to your computer.
- Test your hearing, speakers, headphones, digital-to-analog converters... and more!
- Design your own sound tests using our high quality waveform generators.
- Download our sound files to your favorite audio player, and use your player as a portable audio test device.
- Burn your custom audio test CD and make this site playable... from any CD player!
This site is organized into four main sections, accessed from the menu at the top.
Quick Sound Check and Browser Compatibility Test
To confirm your browser compatibility with our pages, click the blue play button on your left-hand side and listen: Do you hear the associated voiceover?
Clicking the down arrow ↓ triggers a high quality .wav file download straight to your hard drive (44.1 kHz, 16 bit, uncompressed sound file).
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Latest pages added:
- Perceptual Sine Sweep: the sweep, sweet to your ears NEW
- The non-linearities of the Human Ear: you think your ear is perfect, right? NEW
- The 16-bit v/s 8-bit Blind Test: can you hear a difference?
- Dynamic Range, Dithering and Noise Shaping: when noise becomes your best friend
- The Subwoofer Kick Test: give your subwoofer a kick (or two... or six!)
Grey: new colors added to our noise section.
- Subwoofer Midrange Frequency Test: use your sub only for what your sub is meant to!
- Low Frequency Sound Localization Test: the reason why you don't want to hear where your basses come from.
- Stereo Perception and Sound Localization ...and the human auditory cues.
- Subwoofer Harmonic Distortion Test: how good is you bass extension?
- High Definition Audio Test Files: with sample rates as high as 192 kHz
- Online Audiogram Hearing Test: your hearing thresholds, from 125 Hz to 8,000 Hz
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Loud sounds can cause equipment/hearing damage with even a single, brief exposure. Please always turn your audio system down to a reasonable level before playing our sound files.