Two channel balanced or unbalanced analogue (22kohm) and balanced (24 bit) AES3/EBU or (16 bit) SPDIF provided on a 25-way D-type connector.
Two channel simultaneous bar graph and decimal readouts, -100dBu to +18dBu. Accuracy ±0.01dB @ 0dBu, with reduced accuracy at lower levels (±0.13dB @ -50dBu).
Option 1: Fast Quasi-Peak
Option 2: Super-fast Quasi-Peak
Option 3: RMS
10Hz-20kHz left channel frequency measurement, digital readout, accurate to ±1Hz
±180º, 10Hz-20kHz with ±1º accuracy.
PPM (Peak Programme Meter)
Simultaneous two-channel display with PPM dynamics.
Option 1: IEC268 type 11 (BBC standard).
Option 2: Fast attack PPM (x10 attack time)
Option 3: Dual speed PPM (option 1 and option 2 displayed for left channel).
Residual Noise -66dBu (468-weighted) with analogue connections, -100dBu (468-wtd) with AES/EBU connections.
Option 1: 468 Quasi-Peak (fast decay)
Option 2: 468 Quasi-Peak (slow decay)
Option 3: Unweighted Quasi-Peak (22Hz-22kHz)
Option 4: Unweighted RMS (22Hz-22kHz)
Option 5: A-weighted Quasi-Peak
Option 6: A-weighted RMS
Choice of Lindos-preferred Distortion Residue (468-wtd 1kHz), or traditional THD measurement.
Initially measures the incoming frequency and finds the nearest Lindos frequency (from 10Hz – 10kHz), then nulls the fundamental and measures distortion. Noise floor -66dBu (468-wtd) with analogue connections. Range -100dBu to +18dBu with digital connections.
Option 1: Distortion Residue 468-wtd Quasi-Peak @1kHz
Option 2: THD+N RMS (22Hz-22kHz)
Measures weighted crosstalk, automatically muting the channel selected, while driving the other at the selected frequency and level.
Option 1: 468-wtd Quasi-Peak
Option 2: Unweighted Quasi-Peak (22Hz-22kHz)
Option 3: Unweighted RMS (22Hz-22kHz)
Two channel, real-time spectrum analysis of incoming signal in any mode. 10Hz-20kHz display, linear or log scale, windowing and averaging options.
Two channel, real-time oscilloscope display with auto-trigger.
Available when controlled with Lin4WinXP (free), allows fully automated measurements of noise, distortion, phase and crosstalk to be made, and plots of frequency response, phase response, distortion response, noise against time and level against level. Results are displayed graphically for saving, printing, tolerance testing and on-line publishing.
Two channel (load >600ohm) balanced or unbalanced analogue connections and balanced (24 bit) AES3/EBU or (16 bit) SPDIF provided on a 25-way D-type connector.
Sine, square, triangular, white noise source, pink noise source.
10Hz - 21kHz, 1/3rd octaves or 1/12th octaves for all waveforms (uses Lindos-preferred frequencies).
-66dBu to +18dBu in 1dB or 0.01dB steps, -100dBu to +18dBu with AES/EBU. Accuracy ±0.02 typical @0dB.
Analogue output, -63dBu Distortion Residue (468-wtd) (-72dBu/0.02% THD+N) @ 1kHz (20Hz - 22kHz bandwidth). Digital output, -72dBu Distortion Residue (468-wtd) (?83dBu/0.006% THD+N).
±0.02dB typical 200Hz-20kHz, -0.06dB @ 100Hz, -0.5 @ 20Hz.
Mute, restore, and channel selection. Auto-mute on selecting noise. Auto source selection on crosstalk and distortion. Residual noise muted, analogue output -65 dBu 468-wtd, digital output -99dBu 468-wtd.
±0.1% of specified frequency 20Hz-20kHz.
8 segments available, noise versus time, distortion at 6 different levels, swept distortion, frequency response plot etc.
Manual, Lin4WinXP, USB Dongle.
Sample Rates Supported
44.1kHz and 48kHz.
16bit and 24bit.
1.5GHz processor is required for full FFT functionality. 800MHz upwards is fine for all other features.
Operating Systems Supported
Windows 2000,XP,7 and 8.
256Mb RAM, 15Mb Disk space.
Full Remote Control using 'Lin4Win' software, with