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Prism Sound – Audio analyzer raises price / performance ratio bar (dScope Series III)Jun 30 2012 - Test & Measurement [More Test & Measurement Articles]
Audio test and measurement specialist, Prism Sound, has introduced a new analogue and digital audio analyzer that sets a new benchmark in terms of functionality versus price, says the company.
Based on its award-winning dScope Series III instrument and dubbed the ‘Essentials’ package, the new dScope Series IIIE audio analyzer is ideally suited to a wide range of audio test applications, and is of particular relevance to automated production line testing where there is a requirement for a more targeted feature set.
Simon Woollard, test and measurement product specialist, Prism Sound, said: “Our flagship dScope Series III analyzer platform is the most powerful audio test solution available and leads the way in advanced generation and analysis tools. However, some of our customers don’t need the entire feature set of our top of the range systems and would prefer a streamlined solution that is more cost effective but still meets their analysis requirements.
“dScope Series IIIE retains the design philosophy of our range-topping dScope Series III but omits some of the more advanced capabilities that you might use in a heavy-duty design engineering role. We are offering a solution for all of the most commonly used measurement functions for analogue, digital and soundcard-based audio measurements, and including multi-channel switching capabilities and modern analysis methods such as multi-tones and chirps, to ensure the fastest possible test times. This, coupled with our new software application for creating automated test sequences and reports, makes the dScope Series IIIE the ideal investment for audio QC testing.”
The dScope Series III family now includes the original dScope Series III, the new dScope Series IIIE and two analogue-only variants – the dScope IIIA and IIIA+.Electropages - Electronics Components News, From Leading Electronics Distributors. More news from Prismsound