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iphone app for hifi

Postby MattSPL » Fri Apr 01, 2011 5:21 pm

There is a new app out called 'JL Audio Tools'

Its free, and contains an SPL meter, Audio calculators, speaker polarity test, RTA Real Time Analyzer and other things.

Ive not tried it as i don't have an iphone :cry:
Also works on the ipad.
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Re: iphone app for hifi

Postby AlmaataKZ » Sat Apr 02, 2011 12:26 pm

Thanks! I will certainly try it.
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Re: iphone app for hifi

Postby Naimster » Wed Apr 13, 2011 3:19 am

There's this app called AudioSizzler that's worth checking out. It's not free (but only US99 cts) but the features are really useful. You can generate frequency tones to find out the exact bass frequency that is causing mayhem in your room. You can also run in your system using the burn in tracks (without causing wear and tear to your CDP). Pretty cool. I like it.
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Re: iphone app for hifi

Postby MattSPL » Thu Apr 14, 2011 5:36 pm

Naimster wrote:There's this app called AudioSizzler that's worth checking out. It's not free (but only US99 cts) but the features are really useful. You can generate frequency tones to find out the exact bass frequency that is causing mayhem in your room. You can also run in your system using the burn in tracks (without causing wear and tear to your CDP). Pretty cool. I like it.


That sounds very useful :)
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