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Gold Line Upgrades 30 MP

Gold Line (West Redding, Conn.) has recently upgraded the microprocessor-based model 30 MP by adding new circuit boards and software. The 30 MP is a complete 3/12/2003 7:00 AM Eastern

Gold Line (West Redding, Conn.) has recently upgraded themicroprocessor-based model 30 MP by adding new circuit boards and software.

The 30 MP is a complete 1/3-octave, microprocessor-controlled, battery-operated portable audio spectrum analyzer with remote mic and six nonvolatile memories. It also functions as a dB meter and has the capability of reading SPLs in either "A" or "C" weighting. The 30 MP comes with a standard measurement microphone with specifications of +/-1 dB from 20 to 20k Hz. The unit provides 12-volt phantom powering for use with any standard XLR audio cable.

The 30 MP is powered by eight AA alkaline or nicad batteries, or 1.5-volt nickel-metal hydride rechargeable batteries. An external supply can also be used to power the unit via a 3.5mm jack.

"The new spectrum analyzer gives the user the best of both worlds," said Marty Miller, president of Gold Line. "The automatic SPL readings make it a snap to use. Users can easily see the large LED readouts and make adjustments, while the RS 232 port increases functionality. It's a perfect fit between our handheld RTAs and the industry-standard DSP 30."

For more, visit www.gold-line.com.

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