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From defining processes and requirements, to promoting reliable performance of AV systems, AVIXA standards can increase your competitive advantage.

When a draft standard reaches a mature enough stage in the development process, the draft is posted for public review and comment before final publication. During the public review phase, feedback is welcomed from anyone who has a material interest in the draft.

Public Review and Comment 

The following standards are now available for ANSI public review with a comment period ending on October 3, 2022.

AVIXA A102.01-202X, Measurement and Classification of Audio Coverage Uniformity in Listener Areas (revision and redesignation of ANSI/INFOCOMM A102.01-2017). This Standard provides a procedure to measure and classify the uniformity of early arriving energy from a sound system across a listener area.
Single copy price: $30.00

AVIXA A103.01-202X, Measurement and Classification of Spectral Balance of Sound Systems in Listener Areas (new standard). This Standard defines the parameters for characterizing the spectral balance of sound systems by evaluating its transfer function to identify variations in frequency response averaged across the audience listening area. The Standard defines a process to measure, document, and classify a sound system's ability to reproduce a relatively uniform spectral balance, also known as a uniform frequency response.
Single copy price: $30.00

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Per ANSI Essential Requirements

Prompt consideration shall be given to the written views and objections of all participants, including those commenting on the PINS announcement or public comment listing in Standards Action. In connection with an objection articulated during a public comment period, or submitted with a vote, an effort to resolve all expressed objections accompanied by comments related to the proposal under consideration shall be made, and each such objector shall be advised in writing (including electronic communications) of the disposition of the objection and the reasons therefor. If resolution is not achieved, each such objector shall be informed in writing that an appeals process exists within procedures used by the standards developer. In conformance with these requirements, you have the right to express an objection to the comment resolution proposed by the task group for a period of two weeks from the date of notification.

These procedures are outlined in detail in the procedures manuals found in the Public Groups documents folder.