RightMark Audio Analyzer About

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RightMark Audio Analyzer Specifications
Date added:
Oct. 6, 2022
Date released:
July 2, 2012
Operating system:
Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 95, Windows,
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RightMark Audio Analyzer v6.2.5

Test the performance of your sound card.

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RightMark Audio Analyzer Editor's review

RightMark AudioAnalyzer is a free audio testing tool that takes the place of a bench-top full of equipment, including spectrum analyzers, tone generators, and test records. It can test the analog and digital signal paths of most any audio device, especially sound cards but also CD and DVD players, MP3 players, and recording devices. Using your sound card as a reference, it can evaluate other sound cards as well as audio devices connected to your sound card's inputs and outputs. It can even self-test audio cards that can handle separate inputs and outputs simultaneously. Several of its modes require a high-quality sound card as a reference, such as real-time tests of external audio equipment. You'll need to be able to connect devices to your card for testing, and to connect your card's output to its input for the complete sound card test. We used stereo mini-jacks connected through our system's front-panel MIC and SPKR jacks.


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