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Old 12th September 2006, 12:49 AM   #1
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Default R2 Distortion Analyzers better than one?

I wonder -- what are the pitfalls -- I have two identical distortion analyzers -- examine the distortion of the source and the amplifier at the same time ?

With two you can look at the distortion residuals before and after on Trace R and Trace A of a spec analyzer.

fwiw -- I love my super-oscillator -- when shielded and run from batteries there are no distortion residuals for the 10kHz signal -- but the output is far from as stable as I would like.
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