OverviewAnd with four models to test analog signals, digital signals or both, there is a 2700 Series audio analyzer to match your most demanding audio engineering challenges.
><br>The 2700 Series is available in three additional configurations to meet specific needs (Audioholics utilize sthe SYS-2722).
- Flagship audio analyzer, and a true dual-domain instrument
- Analogue and digital inputs and outputs
- 192 kHz digital input and output capabilities
- DSP analysis of both digital and internally-converted analog signals
- DSP-generated digital and analog signals
- Low-distortion, hardware-implemented generation and analysis for analog signals
><p><strong><strong>The <strong>SYS-2722-192k offers analog and digital inputs and outputs with sample rates to 192 kHz, DSP analysis of both digital and internally-converted analog signals, DSP-generated digital and analog signals, and low-distortion, hardware-implemented generation and analysis for analog signals. It is a true dual domain instrument.
The OPT-2711 Dolby Digital Option adds the capability for real-time encoding of SYS-2722 generator stimuli signals into a Dolby Digital (AC-3) bitstream for decoder testing and verification.
The BUR option adds analog-domain generation of burst sine waves with controllable burst duration, interval and amplitude between bursts. It also includes analog-generated square waves to 20 kHz, analog random and pseudorandom white and pink noise, and bandpass-filtered pink noise. BUR cannot be fitted to the digital-only SYS-2720.
The IMD option tests analog-domain devices for intermodulation distortion to the SMPTE / DIN, CCIF and DIM / TIM standards. IMD cannot be fitted to the digital-only SYS-2720.