YellowTEC - PUC2 - PC Sound Card
LINDOS AUDIO SEQUENCE TEST YellowTEC - PUC2 - PC Sound Card
SOURCE MS20 V1.3
24-Feb-12 12:12 PM


FREQUENCY RESPONSE @0dB [u]
20Hz -0.50 -0.38
31Hz -0.12 -0.13
40Hz -0.12 +0.01
50Hz -0.12 +0.01
100Hz 0.00 +0.01
315Hz 0.00 +0.01
1k0 0.00 +0.01
6k3 0.00 +0.01
10k0 0.00 +0.01
12k5 0.00 +0.01
14k0 0.00 +0.01
16k0 0.00 +0.01
20k0 0.00 +0.01
25k0 -11.62 -11.49
LEVEL VS LEVEL [h]
TEST LEVEL OUT 1kHz [t]
TL dB 00.42 00.33
DELms
NOISE ITU-468 Q-Pk REL [n]
WTD -74.49 -74.55
DIST RES 1kHz WTD REL [r]/q
-20dB -54.43 -54.64
0dB -68.37 -68.15
+8dB -70.04 -69.97
+12dB -70.00 -70.69
+15dB -69.01 -69.95
+18dB -39.41 -39.32
PHASE DIFFERENCE R-L [z]
3k15 00.00
10k0 00.00
15k0 -04.00


Sequence recorded from MS20 to Audition 5.5 using Yellow's ASIO driver. Recording was then saved in 16bit as a WAV with adaptive noise-shaped dither before being loaded back into Audition and played back to the MS20. Very good results. Noise result when saved without dither was -66. Noise result in 24-bit mode is -76, distortion results in 24 bit mode at -20dB: -56, 0dB: -76dB (checked using LA100, as limit on MS20 is typically -72)

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