Blog A peek under the hood of a Type 2250 sound level meter

Brüel & Kjær has a long history of building sound level meters and many acoustic consultants have trusted this equipment for their daily work. Sound level meters (SLMs) have evolved a lot over the years, and Brüel & Kjær has been at the forefront of this change, from the world’s first hand-held transistorized SLM in 1960 through to the computerized SLMs of today. 
Type 2250 redefined hand-held SLMs for the 21st century, introducing many new features and technologies that make sound measurement easier and less error-prone, without compromising capability. In this interactive graphic, we invite you to take a peek under the hood of Type 2250 and explore some of its most interesting features and design details.

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