Stanford Research Systems Introduces SR1 Dual-Domain Audio Analyzer

Aug 4, 2009 7:31 PM

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The SR1 Dual-Domain Audio Analyzer ($6,900 MSRP) is a stand-alone instrument that delivers cutting edge performance in a wide variety of audio measurements. With a versatile high-performance generator, an array of analyzers that operate symmetrically in both the analog and digital domains, and digital audio carrier measurements at sampling rates up to 192 kHz, SR1 is offered for the most demanding analog and digital audio applications.

The SR1 Audio Analyzer offers leading edge performance like -110dB THD+N, +/-0.008dB flatness, and 24-bit/192kHz digital audio. SRS recommends it for analog audio, digital audio and cross-domain audio signal analysis. Measurements include Level, THD+N, Harmonic Distortion, IMD, FFT, Frequency Response, Multi-Tone, Crosstalk, Histogram, Jitter Amplitude & Spectrum, and more. Options include a digital audio carrier digitizer with eye diagrams and carrier spectra, multichannel I/O switchers and an atomic rubidium system clock.

For detailed information, specifications, photos, data sheet and user manual, go to SRS' Website or contact Stanford Research Systems at 408/744-9040 or info@thinkSRS.com.






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