Online ABX Lossy / Lossless Tests


Is your audio system really ready for lossless sound? Here you will find a set of ABX tests allowing you to compare lossless and lossy compression in a variety of formats and bitrates. This site is still in its infancy, and the number of tests available will probably grow over time.

abx.digitalfeed.net

Server Based ABX ~ Web Audio Evaluation Tool


A tool based on the HTML5 Web Audio API to perform perceptual audio evaluation tests locally or on remote machines over the web.

code.soundsoftware.ac.uk/projects/webaudioevaluationtool
github.com/BrechtDeMan/WebAudioEvaluationTool
github.com/BrechtDeMan/WebAudioEvaluationTool/wiki/Quick-start

aveX ~ Linux ABX Testing


aveX is a free software for running and monitoring ABX listening tests. It works as a Jack (Jack Audio Connection Kit) client and is able to send test-status messages over a network for monitoring purposes. ‘A’ and ‘B’ audio files are read in pairs from a list and played in randomized order, the ‘X’ audio file is also randomized and is either ‘A’ or ‘B’ (double-blind test).

The listening test results are written after every choice in a file in text format.

The program is configured by filling in a very simple XML file.

sourceforge.net/p/avex/home

Lacinato ABX ~ Comparing Track Quality


Lacinato ABX is the only cross-platform ABX and shootout blind testing software for audio. It allows double-blind ABX testing of audio files (seeing if you can tell which file is being played), as well as “shootouts” (picking your favorite from a shuffled, anonymized list). Or you can just use it as a convenient way to switch between files (maintaining the current play position, if you like.

Lacinato ABX

Website
Web Service ~ online version
ABX Testing ~ Wikipedia