Phonic PAA3 Portable Audio Analyzer

Cerra, Steve L. A.
January 2006
Mix;Jan2006, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p126
The article features the Phonic PAA3 Portable Audio Analyzer. A built-in microphone facilitates measurement of Stored Procedure Language. It includes a data wheel, XLR line-level input or output and a jack for the wall wart power supply. The PAA3 evaluates average background noise and waits for a transient signal.


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