Readers' Picks: Neutrik Minilyzer
Palm-size test instrument
Minilyzer: newest addition to the Minstruments line; compatible with the Minirator hand-held audio tone generator; palm-size test instrument continuously measures audio levels as RMS or peak levels, absolute or relative to a definable reference with selectable units; the accurate frequency measurement, with high resolution of 100ppm gives additional functions and acts as the base for distortion measurement; features a microphone input for polarity tests and a headphone jack for monitoring of the input signal for aural diagnostics; also features a set of audio weighting filters that can be used in all measurement functions.
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