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tb100
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Re: Audio Spectrum Analysis Software?
tb100   3/3/2014 1:21:19 PM
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There's a company that supplies parts for speaker design hobbiests:

http://www.parts-express.com/

Searching for 'software' and 'test' brings up a few software packages. I'm not sure if this is what you are looking for, but it is a start.

DonNTech
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Audio Spectrum Analysis Software?
DonNTech   3/3/2014 10:32:58 AM
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I'm looking for a good Windows based audio spectrum analysis software. I need graphical frequency spectrum plots, amplitudes, also looking for min response levels versus noise. I am evaluating MEMs microphones, looking at various voice and signal input , I want to see frequenecy spectrum output to understand how high and low pass filters should be designed for the circuits next step. Any suggestions? Not looking for free, will pay for reasonable SW value. Thank you.



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