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NEW!!! FREE!!! TestHiFi allows to test at listening position the sound one actually hears, including room influences. In addition to test an audio systems HiFi capability

Who knows if the great brand product or the self-production of the befriended audiophile is good or bad in terms of the sound quality? How do I know whether I should buy the bigger and cheaper or the smaller and more expensive Bluetooth speaker? Which one is better? Can I believe in what the seller and salesperson tell me in their store? How do I explain to my colleagues why I had been using HiFi for years and spent a lot of money on it? How do you explain to the hobby car tuner that, though his system is loud, it does not sound good? Why is there a difference in whether listening to the music with one, after all pretty loud wireless speaker, or with a high-quality system? Who can make such a binding and measurable statement? – TestHiFi can and does!

The output quality of an audio system is measured and clearly proved for the detected weaknesses, distortions, faults and alike and it is rated whether the device can reach a HiFi quality or not. The measurement method is not influenced by brand names, elaborately explained stories about tube amplifiers or other more subjective influences. TestHiFi measures the output, based on a given test signal, unambiguously, verifiable and reproducible.

TestHiFi helps people, who like to test their own, their friend’s or any other system, to know if it is rubbish or capable of handling good quality music. In business, it can be used by salespersons that want to give testimony to a customer on the quality of the product. The online stores can use it to provide the test result as an evaluation of the products they sell to the potential customers. Marketing companies are enabled to use the chance and offer the users, who have just conducted a test, a cheaper and better product. Students might want to score with his buddies by providing the proof of the great system the father owns. The retiree, who has abandoned all the technology developments in detail for a long time can now use it to purchase a reasonable device.
TestHiFi is so simple in its application that everyone can use it. With the output of a three-stage simple result (red, amber, green), one can address most of the above described needs already in the first stage. Further in-app purchases provide details on the measurement result, enable measurements to be stored and shared on social media.

Important:
Please make use of the microphone calibration function included in the TestHiFi App under the information menu. Microphones and their operating conditions in mobile devices vary widely, therefore please note that even after sensitivity calibration there may be diviations compared to laboratory grade equipment.

What’s New

Version 2.0

FREE!!! New measurement!!! TestHiFi comes with a complete new second measurement at listening position, in addition to the existing audio system measurement. TestHiFi is for free now and comes with only one in App purchase to see the detailed measurement data output and for some criteria a graphical output in addition.

Ratings and Reviews

1.6 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

KnottySpirals ,

Don’t waste your money!!!!

It basically calibrates your phone microphone and sends a few test tones to see If your stereo will play them. There is no real data readings. Literally only tells you “possibly Hi-Fi” ,“close to Hi-Fi” or
“Not Hi-Fi” Total waste of $3.99!!!!

Developer Response ,

Dear User,
thank you very much for your feedback. We really appreciate it and, it may sound a bit surprising, we take it as quite positive. TestHiFi is a real test on the HiFi capability. You have just described how it is really easy to perform. Please don't underestimate its complex algorithm to assess the three (red/amber/green) rating levels. You have just checked the first and the most simple version that was set up for people who are not that much interested in the details of the measurement, just a typical non-audiophile user. The two additional in-app versions provide you with more detailed criteria and measurement data. I bet you will be surprised and appreciate how much is actually analyzed by TestHiFi. The linked below Blog explains it in more details. Enjoy reading and I would be very happy if you reach out to us directly and let us know if this has met your expectations.

All the best, Wilhelm.
https://testhifi.com/2018/08/17/testhifi-app-brief-introduction/

adahaf ,

Dont waste your money !!

Just useless, you don’t know anything about the test results no access to measurement results you cannot compare anything appart from red yellow green .... real scam !!

Developer Response ,

Dear user,

Data are the­re, of cour­se. Howe­ver, we are sor­ry about your feed­back. Test­Hi­Fi is a mea­su­re­ment Tool that de­li­vers a ra­ting about the ca­pa­bi­li­ty for HiFi of an au­dio sys­tem. As de­scri­bed in the App­Store, Test­Hi­Fi co­mes in three sta­ges (with two in App purcha­se op­ti­ons). In first sta­ge, Test­Hi­Fi per­forms the com­ple­te mea­su­re­ments and de­li­vers an over­all HiFi ca­pa­bi­li­ty ra­ting. As sim­pli­fied as pos­si­ble. The se­cond sta­ge de­li­vers more de­tai­led ra­tings, i.e. one ra­ting for each in­di­vi­du­al cri­te­ria. The third sta­ge opens it up into more de­tails per cri­te­ria also with in­di­vi­du­al mea­su­re­ment re­sults as shown in the ta­bles on the pho­tos of the app in the App­Store. We are not a big com­pa­­ny, nor a star­t­up with huge in­­­ves­­­tors be­hind it, we have to pay all the de­­ve­­lop­­ments, up­da­tes and new de­­ve­­lop­­ments by our­­sel­­ves. We do un­­­der­­stand that the app is not cheap, es­pe­ci­al­­ly con­­si­de­­ring the in app purch­a­­se op­­ti­ons co­m­ing on top for the me­­su­­re­­ment re­­sults. Sin­ce an in­­­ven­­ti­on like this ta­kes huge ef­­forts from us per­­so­­nal­­ly, time and mo­­ney wise, we were not able to pro­­vi­­de the app for free. Still this app is a tool, which can be used over and over again wi­­thout ad­­di­­ti­o­­nal costs, hence it is che­a­per than most drinks :-) Ple­a­­se get in con­t­act with us di­­rec­t­­ly at of­­fice@Tes­t­Hi­­Fi.­­com so we can find an ap­­pro­pri­a­­te so­lu­­ti­on with you. All the best your Tes­t­Hi­­Fi team.

Ace Later ,

Waste

This simply gives you a red, yellow or green - not HiFi, Close to HiFi or HiFi, without telling you why, or what any measurements were. Basically useless.

Developer Response ,

Dear user,

Data are the­re, of cour­se. Howe­ver, we are sor­ry about your feed­back. Test­Hi­Fi is a mea­su­re­ment Tool that de­li­vers a ra­ting about the ca­pa­bi­li­ty for HiFi of an au­dio sys­tem. As de­scri­bed in the App­Store, Test­Hi­Fi co­mes in three sta­ges (with two in App purcha­se op­ti­ons). In first sta­ge, Test­Hi­Fi per­forms the com­ple­te mea­su­re­ments and de­li­vers an over­all HiFi ca­pa­bi­li­ty ra­ting. As sim­pli­fied as pos­si­ble. The se­cond sta­ge de­li­vers more de­tai­led ra­tings, i.e. one ra­ting for each in­di­vi­du­al cri­te­ria. The third sta­ge opens it up into more de­tails per cri­te­ria also with in­di­vi­du­al mea­su­re­ment re­sults as shown in the ta­bles on the pho­tos of the app in the App­Store. We are not a big com­pa­­ny, nor a star­t­up with huge in­­­ves­­­tors be­hind it, we have to pay all the de­­ve­­lop­­ments, up­da­tes and new de­­ve­­lop­­ments by our­­sel­­ves. We do un­­­der­­stand that the app is not cheap, es­pe­ci­al­­ly con­­si­de­­ring the in app purch­a­­se op­­ti­ons co­m­ing on top for the me­­su­­re­­ment re­­sults. Sin­ce an in­­­ven­­ti­on like this ta­kes huge ef­­forts from us per­­so­­nal­­ly, time and mo­­ney wise, we were not able to pro­­vi­­de the app for free. Still this app is a tool, which can be used over and over again wi­­thout ad­­di­­ti­o­­nal costs, hence it is che­a­per than most drinks :-) Ple­a­­se get in con­t­act with us di­­rec­t­­ly at of­­fice@Tes­t­Hi­­Fi.­­com so we can find an ap­­pro­pri­a­­te so­lu­­ti­on with you. All the best your Tes­t­Hi­­Fi team.

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The developer, TestHiFi GmbH, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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