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Build a shelter in your listening room to stop 900 mm disks falling on your head.
No, it is called RTA Audio and it is by New Ball s r o
Have downloaded the free version and it seems to confirm what my ears tell me about there being no frequency anomolies in the listening room.Geoff.R.G wrote: ↑Sat May 01, 2021 8:17 amNo, it is called RTA Audio and it is by New Ball s r o
If you search the apps store for RTA there are two versions, a free one with in app purchases and a paid version. For some reason the free version is called RTA Audio Pro but it has fewer frequency bands 1/2 octave steps, the paid version has 1/96 octave resolution. There are other analysers available but from what I can see some of them specialise in clever displays over usability.
I could download it to my Samsung Android phone, but not my Amazon Android tablet. Amazon block a lot of apps as they want to own your mind body and soul.
Replacement body & soul are available with free Prime delivery, though...
I would rather have UAPP, My Cloud and the latest version of Qobuz.