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Audio Precision flexes its interfaces

Audio Precision flexes its interfaces

Audio Precision flexes its interfaces

The APx500 Flex allows users to leverage test development in the R&D cycle

Audio Precision has announced the release of the APx500 Flex audio analyser, a piece of measurement software that operates independently as an AP hardware analyser. It can be paired with ASIO-capable, third-party audio interfaces for a variety of acoustic and electrical test applications. The APx500 Flex allows users to leverage test development in the R&D cycle with the ability to import project and template files developed for AP hardware analysers, which reportedly reduces test development time while maintaining consistency in test methodology. As it is portable, the system is ideal for application engineers and QA technicians.

The APx500 Flex audio analyser is configured for two channels and includes a core set of measurements and functionalities, such as file analysis, sequence mode, input signal monitors, level and gain, THD+N, loudspeaker product test, stepped frequency sweep, pass/fail and signal acquisition measurement. Configuration options for four or eight channels are also available, alongside a trio of Flex Packs that reportedly offer different groups of more advanced measurements. Perceptual audio measurements can be used with Flex.

Flex is being released alongside APx500 software v5.0.2, which provides ASIO support and includes the calibration of inputs and outputs in V, Pa and FS, automatic or manual delay compensation for compliant ASIO interfaces as well as support for generator trigger and acoustic and impedance measurements.

The audio analyser is compatible with three different audio interfaces: the RME Fireface UC, Lynx Aurora (n) and Lynx E22. Configuration templates for these are included in the v5.0.2 software update.

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