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Building from a legacy of trusted professional audio measurement products, the DM-RTA™ brings the vital tools you rely on to one indispensable interface. Populated with every connector we could think of, and coupled with the new DM-RTA app, AudioControl’s DM-RTA helps you take your car audio, marine audio or home theater installations to new levels of perfection and control.
The DM-RTA connects to a Mac or PC via USB, or to a phone or tablet via Bluetooth using the AC-BT24 Bluetooth Streamer/Programmer (available separately).
The DM-RTA isn’t just an RTA. Accessible from the DM-RTA app are five modules, including Voltage Meter, RTA (1/3, 1/6, and 1/12 octave), SPL Meter, Polarity Checker and a fully functional Oscilloscope. Test and measure nearly every signal imaginable from acoustical, to line level, and speaker level. Balanced and unbalanced line level inputs allow the DM-RTA to be inserted into your signal chain to verify optimal signal from source to speakers. This is the last test tool you’ll ever need.
In the box: DM-RTA, USB Cable, Power Supply, Manual, Warranty
AudioControl offers a wide range of professional measurement and instrumentation microphones which will make a perfect addition to your DM-RTA tool kit for making accurate acoustical measurements. For an entry-level measurement microphone, choose the CM-10, a long time standard issue microphone for AudioControl’s legendary SA-3052 analyzers. If you’re looking for a slightly better frequency response, look no further than the CM-20. The high-precision Josephson C550H rounds off the top of the list for truly accurate readings and impeccable frequency response.
The DM-RTA’s microphone preamp will also support any standard measurement microphone, should you already have one in your tool kit. 48V phantom power can be activated from the DM-RTA app and microphone gain is variable so your microphone may be easily calibrated to the DM-RTA hardware.