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dScope M1

Our new modular audio analyzer

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dScope M1

dScope Series III

Our legendary audio analyzer

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dScope Series III

Perhaps you’re familiar with the dScope Series III and wondering how the M1 differs from it. And most importantly, which one is better for your needs. This table presents the main differences between the two analyzers.

They both include all the essential audio measurements such as THD+N, Noise, Sweeps, FFT analysis, Impulse response measurements, and much more.

Our general recommendation is that if you need comprehensive jitter tools such as the eye-pattern analysis, then you should select the Series III. Otherwise the M1 is more affordable and in many ways even more powerful solution.

M1

dScope M1

Series III

dScope Series III

Analog input level

100Vrms balanced, 50Vrms single-ended

159Vrms balanced, 79Vrms single-ended


Analog output level

+26dBu with a minimum load of 1000R or +22dBu with 600R load

+28dBu with minimum load of 600 ohms


THD+N residual

-110dB with high performance option

-103dB


Bandwidth

Max analog input sample rate 768kHz, with usable bandwidth up to 200kHz (generator up to 150kHz)

Max sampling rate 192kHz, 90kHz bandwidth


Phantom power

48V Phantom power and ICP Power for microphones

No phantom power


FFT size

Up to 1M points

Up to 256k points


Connections

  • Analog I/O with balanced XLR connectors and single-ended/differential connections with adapters
  • Digital I/O XLR and Toslink
  • Monitoring via host PC soundcard using the virtual monitor feature

  • Analog I/O with XLR and differential BNC connections
  • Digital I/O with XLR, BNC and Toslink
  • Monitoring via physical connectors and headphone connector


Modularity

Wide selection of software options that can also be added later

4 models available:

Full analog and digital system

Analog and digital system with essential measurements

Analog only system

Analog+ system


Software

Using the dScope software version 1.5 upwards.

Using also older dScope software versions


Jitter analysis

Basic capabilities for jitter measurements

Comprehensive jitter analysis tools


Price

£6850 (Full analog and digital system)

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