Test and measurement equipment maker Audio Precision has announced an upgrade to the software of its APx systems.
The main improvement of version 2.7, a free update, is a “multi-tone” analyzer that can measure up to 19 elements in under two seconds. Note that the company says the update will be available in mid-December.
According to a release: “The new APx multitone analyzer returns the following results in graphic or tabular data form: level, THD+N, noise density spectrum, gain, THD+N spectrum, noise RMS level, relative level, crosstalk, signal-to-noise ratio, deviation, crosstalk at tone, DC level, phase, total RMS level, frequency shift, phase at tone, RMS level at tone, FFT spectrum, TD+N ratio and maximum level at tone.”
Analyzer prices start with the APx515, priced at $6,200.