The NTi XL2 measures audio spectrum
NTi adds to its XL2 audio analyzer new measurements in dBu, dBV and volts that allows for determining the spectrum of an audio device.
The spectrum analyze of an audio signal in dBu, dBV and Volts is available with different resolutions (octave, third-octave, linear FFT) and results can be saves as ASCII data for further analyzing on a Mac or a PC.
This new update is available in the firmware v2.60 that is available for download from www.nti-audio.com.
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