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Cirrus Research's new noise nuisance recorder, the Trojan, proves a welcome addition to the marketplace
23 January 2013
Following the launch of Cirrus Research's new noise nuisance recorder, the Trojan, local authorities and housing associations across the length and breadth of the United Kingdom now have a simple, accurate, discreet and ultra compact noise nuisance recorder at their disposal...
Drawing on Cirrus Research's 40 years of experience the company has ensured that the Trojan meets and exceeds its customers' expectations. James Tingay, group marketing manager at Cirrus Research explains: â€œSince launching the Trojan we have had a lot of positive feedback from local authorities and housing associations that now use it as a convenient means of monitoring whether a noise complaint by a local resident is credible. The discreet installation process, simplicity of use and the accuracy of the noise measurements mean that the Trojan has become a must-have instrument for noise nuisance recordings; also incorporating the latest technological innovation and inconspicuous carry case.â€
James continues: â€œOne of the major issues with other noise nuisance recorders currently on the market is that they can be complex to use and difficult to configure. With the Trojan, we've gone for simplicity over complexity.â€