I was wondering if there might also be some cheaper software/PC
card alternatives ?
AUDITORY - Research in Auditory Perception [mailto:AUDITORY@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Bob Carlyon
Sent: 20. juni 2007 10:07
Subject: spectrum analysers
We're looking to replace our ageing HP3561A spectrum analyser. We're looking
for a 2 (or more) channel 16-bit device for analysing signals in the audio
domain, for example at the output of a B&K artificial ear or a KEMAR head.
HP (now called Agilent) do sell something that looks a bit similar (the 35670A FFT Dynamic Signal
Analyzer, DC-102.4 kHz), but we're interested
in looking at alternatives.
So, if you have recently bought a spectrum analyser for
audio work, I'd be grateful for recommendations and/or warnings. If there are
several responses I'll collate them & post a summary, so no need to respond
to the whole list
Dr. Bob Carlyon
MRC Cognition & Brain Sciences Unit
15 Chaucer Rd.
Cambridge CB2 7EF
Phone: +44 1223 355294 ext 651
Fax: +44 1223 359062