Test and Measurement News
Passive Low-pass Filter launched
The dS-LPF is a passive 20kHz low-pass filter in 2 or 4-channel configurations designed primarily for measuring digital power amplifiers.
The Passive Low-pass Filter is intended to aid measurement of switching ('Class D', or 'PWM') power amplifiers where the presence of shaped and switching noise outside the audio band can adversely affect the Analogue Inputs of the dScope or other audio analyzer. Connecting in front of the dScope's inputs allows the dScope to accurately and reliably measure the amplifier. See the Low-pass Filter product page and specifications page for more details.
|William Rowe Joins Prism Sound's Sales Team
A recent graduate from De Montfort University, Rowe is delighted to be part of this highly respected pro audio company. . . . (28th September 2017)
|dScope plays a pivotal role at BW Broadcast
Croydon-based BW Broadcast has increased its stock of Prism Sound audio test equipment by investing in two more dScope Series III Digital Audio Analysers, bringing the total number of units it owns to nine . . . (9th September 2014)
|dScope Series III advances with new automation solution and updated soundcard support
dScope's automation sequencer gets a major update and soundcard support now extends to ASIO devices . . . (17th October 2013)
|Denmark's National Broadcaster invests in dScope to test routing systems
The Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR) has purchased a Prism Sound dScope Series III audio analyzer in order to test the performance of a new routing system currently under development. . . . (6th August 2012)
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