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Old 10th November 2017, 03:06 AM   #1231
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Hi Demian,
Was it you that listed the various software packages that could be used with this? I thought I saw a post you made, but can't find it now. I'm ready to start looking seriously at which software package to use. You had posted a very nice list of links.

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Old 10th November 2017, 03:13 AM   #1232
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There's a list of suggested software in the user manual.
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Old 10th November 2017, 03:14 AM   #1233
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Default putting the RTX6001 to work

Hello All,

Winter is approaching and many of us will be receiving a shiny new audio analyzer. Isn’t this cool, the DITaudio community with a state of the art instrument. The lot of us will be starting at the same place at the same time.

I will start with AudioTester 3.0 software.

Perhaps we should start a new RTX 6001 thread to share tests and methods?

The basic 6 audio tests.

Introduction to the Six Basic Audio Measurements: Part 1 | eeNews Europe

I found this link. This could be a good place to start the discussion about putting the RTX6001 to work.

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Another possible interesting topic would be a list of decent (commercial & DIY) AES17 passive brickwall filters for Class D measurements.
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Here you go- Passive Filter for Class D Amp Testing
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Good info there. I built my own last week, works well
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Old 18th November 2017, 11:56 AM   #1238
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Another possible interesting topic would be a list of decent (commercial & DIY) AES17 passive brickwall filters for Class D measurements.
I don't think the filters should be limited to testing of Class D amps only. What we need is a flexible filter that prevents aliasing of test signal components at frequencies that are higher than the sampling frequency. It would be best if the filter is switchable to adjust for different sampling frequencies on the fly. Most computer soundcards seem to have this on board, but I don't think this is part of Jens' design.
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This should be already implemented in the ADC-chip, shouldn't it?
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I don't know. Is it?
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