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Old 10-03-2009, 03:08 PM   #1
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Question Voice quality testing on Linux server


Last week we obtained a Linux version of Sevana AQuA (Audio Qulaity Analyzer for CentOS, 64bit Server and Uuntu 32bit) that can compare two wav files and test audio quality. We "integrated" it into our Asterisks server and are making calls to echo servers thus obtaining wav files for testing. After that we just invoke AQuA from a PHP script and get the test results.

I wonder if anybody has already purchased this software and had a similar setup? We are quite happy about the results (the software runs for 2 months and provides voice quality monitoring perfectly well), however, it would be great if somebody has already purchased it a while ago and could share his experience.

Thanks a lot in advance!


P. S. I don't want to provide any links here as it's my first post at this forum, but if you search for "sevana aqua voice quality" you should be able to get to the product page.
Old 10-04-2009, 06:49 AM   #2
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Hello again!

I see people reading, but not replyin... perhaps you don't know the software, but maybe some gurus who read this form can evaluate it?

Our company requires quick and inexpensive solution for voice quality monitoring and that's why I am in such a hurry... sorry about that. Here is the link if moderators permit:

Old 10-04-2009, 06:35 PM   #3
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Hello Ivan, welcome to LQ.

Probably some folks are not available during the weekend, and in any event, it may take a few days for any reasonable responses to your inquiry.

It would seem to me that the best person to do the "evaluating", would be you, and/or your company, since you will be the one(s) potentially making use of the software, and if it works well for you, and is cost effective, then that's really the only important evaluation you need, isn't it?

Unless some 'gurus' or other members are actively looking for such an audio tool for themselves, they probably won't go ahead and test it out, just to share your experience; however, if any particular member, guru or otherwise, is looking at the software, I'm sure they'll provide some feedback if they happen upon your thread.

If I may ask, what sort of company do you work for? Are you trying to promote this product for some reason?

Meanwhile, I'm moving your thread to the 'Linux Software' forum, as your question should, I feel, get more appropriate exposure in that area.

Kind regards,


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