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Old 19th March 2008, 01:58 AM   #1
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Hi guys,
somebody can tell me how can i check the FFT in my circuit with audio rightmark 6.06 because ican not download the user guide on the site or if somebody can send me the user guide by email. Thank you! Maxpou
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Old 19th March 2008, 09:39 AM   #2
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RMAA is really easy and intuitive to use. What is it that you don't get?

Also what kind of circuit do you want to analyze?


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Old 19th March 2008, 09:45 AM   #3
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You can check the FFT if you also can inject the testsignal coming from the software. You can't do a FFT in general if I'm not mistaken.

No problem here to download the manual.
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Old 19th March 2008, 03:04 PM   #4
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Hi Guys thanks for reply

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Also what kind of circuit do you want to analyze?

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the circuits that i make.

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You can check the FFT if you also can inject the testsignal coming from the software. You can't do a FFT in general if I'm not mistaken.

No problem here to download the manual.
I have a THD analyser and i want test a FFT from my output of HP334A. Do you know another software?

thank you! Maxpou
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Old 19th March 2008, 03:46 PM   #5
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ARTA is more powerfull and versatile than RMAA, check it out.. really good.

Do a search on diyaudio.com to read about it. Google ARTA and you will find the website.

It's hard to give you more advice if I don't know what kind of circuit (high/low level) you want to test and what you want to test. That said ARTA is way more flexible than RMAA.


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Old 19th March 2008, 06:55 PM   #6
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A good thing about RMAA is that it costs nothing
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Old 19th March 2008, 10:42 PM   #7
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I know, and ARTA is free as well. Only difference between demo mode and a licensed version is that with the license you can save and load files. In demo mode you can still do screendumps.

Have you checked out ARTA Peranders?


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Hi Pan,
can i check the FFT with the signal coming of my audio generator?
I want test my preamp, cd player, power amp and phono stage. Thank you! Maxpou
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Old 20th March 2008, 11:26 AM   #9
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Yes maxpou,

with ARTA you can either use the built in tone generator or you can switch it off and use whatever signal you like from the outside world.

ARTA is much more than just a FFT analyser though.

Actually I think you can use RMAA for external analysis as well. You can burn signals on a CD to test the CD or pre/power amp. Or you can loop a signal out via the soundcard of your computer ( the latter obviously not possible with CD player though).

Both of these softwares are free, just download them and play around and get back with questions if you get stuck. The ARTA manual is very very good though I should add.


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Hi Peter,
I come back to you for you give news or if i have a question.
Thank you! It's very appreciated

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