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Audio Measurement & DSP Adjustment Software

JL Audio’s free TüN® software is used to adjust DSP features in a wide range of JL Audio’s products. Its unique and intuitive interface makes it easy to set up complex systems and adjust parameters in a logical progression. These include input levels, signal routing, crossover filters, equalization, channel delays, all-pass filters, polarity and output levels. Complex settings can be saved as presets for quick recall via a Digital Remote Controller accessory.

The fourth version of TüN® adds a powerful new dimension that promises to further simplify and improve system tuning, leading to great audio results in a wide range of applications.

Top left of TüN Appliciation with the Measure Tab Highlighted

In addition to multiple improvements to its interface within its “NETWORK”, “SETUP” and “TUNE” tabs, TüN® 4 marks the debut of a fourth tab, labeled “MEASURE”. This tab can be accessed from within a TüN® project with a JL Audio DSP, or independently in “Measure Only” mode, so you can use its features to measure any audio system.

Clicking on the “Measure” tab, users will discover a powerful set of audio measurement tools. These are integrated with TüN® 4 DSP controls and designed to make tuning audio systems precise, efficient, and even fun.

Dayton Audio USB mic used with TUN Software

A wide range of measurement microphones can be used for acoustical input, connecting to your Mac or PC directly via USB, or via a USB audio interface. These are sold separately and are available from a variety of sources.

Pictured: EMX-7150 Measurement Microphone Kit

Once you connect a measurement microphone via USB to your computer, you will be able to use TüN® 4’s powerful, single-FFT measurement functions: Spectrograph, Meters and Gain and Real Time Analyzer (RTA).

Detail of Spectrograph reading showing signal in Greens, Reds and Orange


A 2D visual heat map where the vertical axis represents time and the horizontal axis represents frequency. Blue colors indicate a low amplitude, with greens, and then reds indicating higher amplitudes. White spots indicate excessive signal (overload).

Detail of Meters and Gains in TüN Application

Meters and Gain:

a useful feature to monitor input and output signals. Displays signal levels present at each input and output.

Detail of RTA reading in fine blue bars

Real Time Spectrum Analyzer (RTA):

used to measure frequency response, with up to 1/48 octave banding and adjustable averaging. Data can be displayed as bars, or as a line.

Orang EQ Curve and EQ points over a blue line of Frequency Response

EQ Overlay:

When used with VXi or MVi amplifiers, the relevant EQ controls overlay onto the RTA display. Seeing your measurements and your controls in one software interface makes the job a lot easier.

Target Curve Mode

TüN® 4 also includes a powerful target curve generator, which allows you to set your own preferred frequency response curve or choose a default curve. TüN® 4 will then apply your selected crossover filters to the target curves, creating individual targets for each channel in an active system. These curves display on your RTA screens, allowing you to adjust your crossovers and EQs to match them.

Laptop screen that shows powerful target curve generator in TUN software.
Laptop screen that shows powerful target curve generator in TUN software.
Laptop screen that shows powerful target curve generator in TUN software.

Your filtered target response can help you guide manual EQ and crossover filter adjustments.

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Autoset EQ

With TüN® 4 in RTA mode and connected to an MVi or VXi system, you can use the “Autoset EQ” function. As the name implies, you simply click a button in the EQ panel and the software adjusts the parametric EQ automatically to fit your selected target curve. It is amazingly accurate, performing thousands of calculations to arrive at the best combinations of center frequency, “Q” and gain for all ten PEQ bands (or any number from 1-10 you wish to assign), and it does so in mere seconds, saving huge chunks of time and effort in the tuning process.

Lapton screen showing “Autoset EQ” function from TUN software.

Signal Generator

A useful Signal Generator is built into TüN® 4 and able to deliver a wide range of test signals that play from your computer’s audio output. You can even add your own test signals as audio files and play them through the Signal Generator feature.

TüN® 4 includes all the features described above and remains free to download and use.

TüN® 4 uses Smaart® Measurement Technology libraries licensed from Rational Acoustics LLC. ©2022, Rational Acoustics LLC. All rights reserved.

JL Audio MAX™ Audio Measurement System and TüN® 4 Product Spotlight

Take TüN® to the MAX!

Microphine and accesories included with the MAX Tun system.

TüN® can do even more when you connect JL Audio’s remarkable MAX™ Audio Measurement System. It becomes a highly advanced, professional-grade audio measurement system

The MAX™ system consists of specialized hardware that connects to TüN® 4 software, receiving signals from up to five microphones and several other analog and digital inputs. The entire system, from the five microphones, to the MAX™, to the software on your computer, sets up quickly and works together seamlessly to enable advanced measurements.

MAX Measurement Capabilities

• Multi-Microphone Multiplexing or Multi-Transfer Function Averaging
• Real-Time Phase Response, Impulse Response (Log or Linear) and ETC (room decay)
• True Delay Finder Micro-Automation
• Magnitude (frequency response)
• Coherence monitoring

Products compatible with TüN® 4 Measure capabilities:

Version 4.5 is now compatible with TwK Processors!