Phonic PAA6 (USB) Dual Channel Digital Audio Analyzer

$999.99
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Phonic PAA6 Dual Channel Digital Audio Analyzer
  • Powerful dual channel palm-size audio analyzer
  • 0 x 272 color LCD touch screen
  • Two built-in highly accurate, omni-directional condenser mics
  • Tone generator includes pink noise, white noise, sine wave, sweep, polarity, triangle and square
  • Useful functions include RTA, LEQ, RT-60, FFT, THD+N, Polarity, Phase, Scope and Meter (dB SPL, dBu, dBV & Volt)
Product Description
Powerful dual channel palm-size audio analyzer 480 x 272 color LCD touch screen Two built-in highly accurate, omni-directional condenser mics Tone generator includes pink noise, white noise, sine wave, sweep, polarity, triangle and square Useful functions include RTA, LEQ, RT-60, FFT, THD+N, Polarity, Phase, Scope and Meter (dB SPL, dBu, dBV & Volt) Elegant graphical user interface Long-lasting rechargeable lithium-ion battery system USB port and SD card slot included for storing and retrieving data 30 - 130 dB SPL meter The PAA6 is an advanced, two-channel digital handheld audio analyzer from Phonic. All functions and menus are easily accessed through a 480 x 272 color touch-screen display. The PAA6 inherits significantly improved functions from the other popular models in the Phonic audio analyzer family, including real time spectrum analyzer, RT60, tone generator, LEQ, EQ setting and phase checking. Moreover, the PAA6 provides engineers with an even wider array of essential sound analysis tools than ever before - now adding SLM, FFT, THD+N, and scope functions to the mix, as well as two built-in mics that can take highly accurate measurements in any given situation. A USB connector and SD card slot have been included to assist in transferring information to and from your computer. This feature-rich, portable audio tester is sure to satisfy discerning professional audio engineers, regulatory enforcement agencies and product development teams.