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Phonic PAA6 Audio Analyzer  

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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.

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One powerful dual-channel, palm-size audio analyzer.

The PAA6 comes from a long line of handheld audio testers from Phonic. All functions and menus are easily accessed through a 480 x 272 color touch-screen display. The PAA6 builds upon the functions of previous models in the Phonic audio analyzer family so it has realtime spectrum RT60 tone generator, LEQ, EQ setting and phase checking. Moreover, the PAA6 audio analyzer provides engineers with an even wider array of essential sound analysis tools than ever before, now adding SLM, FFT, THD+N, and scope functions to the mix, as well as two built-in mics that can take highly accurate measurements from multiple positions in any given room. A USB connector and SD card slot have been included to assist in transferring information to and from your computer. This portable audio tester is sure to satisfy the most discerning professional audio engineer.

  • Powerful dual-channel palm-size audio analyzer
  • 480 x 272 color LCD touch screen
  • 2 built-in measurement condenser mics
  • 30“130 dB SPL meter

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PAA6 Audio Analyzer Specifications:

  • Powerful dual channel palm-size audio analyzer
  • 480 x 272 color LCD touch screen
  • 2 built-in measurement condenser mic can be put in remote position
  • Tone generator includes pink noise, white noise, sine wave, sweep, polarity, triangle and square
  • Useful functions include RTA, LEQ, RT-60, FFT, THD+N, Polarity, Phase, Scope and Meter (dB SPL, dBu, dBV & Volt)
  • Elegant graphical user interface
  • Long-lasting rechargeable lithium-ion battery system
  • USB port and SD card slot included for storing and retrieving data
  • 30“130 dB SPL meter
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