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This product is a device for measuring and testing sound. It allows you to test the performance of your audio setup at any time, from practically anywhere. Use it on-site at home, school or in the workplace.

The UMI-1 uses a microphone and soundcard to drive a spectrum analyser, mixer and comparison chart display.

The UMI-1 is a low noise level true RA audio test instrument.

The UMI-1 is a very easy-to-use solution to test any audio system, no matter its type, make and brand.

The UMI-1 is very easy to setup and it runs on a normal PC with a soundcard, or on a laptop computer running on a windows or linux operating system.

It enables quick and easy measurements of any audio system. With a few keystrokes, you get immediate information, response and/or performance measurements in form of a graph or table.

The UMI-1 can be used to measure or test audio systems from cable TV, home theatre, radios, mp3, CD players, DVD players, amplifiers, mixers, receivers, printers and etc.

The UMI-1 is the only audio test instrument in the world with a true class D amplifier. It can drive a high quality loudspeaker and all types of headphones available.

The UMI-1 has a very wide bandwidth – almost half the bandwidth of a conventional audio equipment like a CD player.

The UMI-1 is extremely easy to setup and use, no need of special software and hardware.

The UMI-1 is the only test instrument on the market with a high resolution true RA spectrum analyser and a mixer, with enough features and options to optimize all of your systems.

It is a good idea to have a spectrum analyser to measure the quality of the sound of your equipment and to optimize the sensitivity, response and overall performance of your equipment.

The UMI-1 supports over 100 factory configurations, and you can create any configuration.

The UMI-1 is the only true RA test instrument on the market that has a chart to display the true RA spectrum of the input and the sound delivered to the output.

The UMI-1 is the only RA test instrument on the market that


Category:Upper mid-range sound cards also take into account the theoretical uncertainties arising from the use of a parton-shower algorithm and the factorisation and renormalisation scales. We showed that the collinear singularity structure of the theory can be accounted for by evolving the gluon jet function $J_g(p_{tj})$, the quark jet functions $J_q(p_{tj})$ and the soft function $S(\zcut e^{ -\gamma_E},\mu_s)$ using the [$\textrm{NLL}$]{} scheme. Based on these results, we argued that the observables that enter the factorisation formula of a global analysis must be evaluated at the specific scale of the chosen observable.

As a first application of the above result we provided predictions for the event-shape variables $\langle R_{\mathrm{jet}} \rangle$ and $\langle R_{{3j}} \rangle$, as well as the observable $F_j$ in (\[eq:Fj\]), at NNLO. We found that the theoretical prediction for the jet-radius is very well separated from the [$\textrm{NLL}$]{} prediction, while the three-jet related observables feature only small differences at this order. Our predictions for $\langle R_{\mathrm{jet}} \rangle$ are in accordance with the measurements performed by the CMS collaboration at 7TeV. Furthermore, we determined the $\mu_r$ dependence of the predictions for $F_j$ and we found that their scale variation is governed by the corresponding quark and gluon jet function.

It would be interesting to apply our formalism to other observables, e.g. quantities related to the study of hadronic energy flow or angular correlations between the final state objects.

Acknowledgements {#acknowledgements.unnumbered}

We would like to thank S.-O. Moch and H. Rzehak for providing us with values for the angular exponent $\beta_0$. Furthermore, we would like to thank M. Dasgupta, L. Magnea and C. Studerus for useful discussions and comments.

[^1]: A jet-radius is the angular distance from the jet axis.