Hey Labfans! Today I’ll be analyzing  Slate Digital – VCC – US – A!

 

 

 

 

Here are the settings utilized (No oversampling)(above)

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FR

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Here is the response of the unit its its neutral state/settings, interesting and intricate FR:)

Below is a micro-scale for identifying noise!

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Yes there is noise modeling!

 

Lets see how the FR interacts with the Input Gain

(measured in input steps from 0 to +6 )

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Sublime! Here we can see that the input gain can affect the low end!

 

Phase

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No phase issues!

 

THD/THD+N

 (measured in input steps)

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 That’s what I like to call, attention to detail. The architecture of the THD relationships is very unique, that dictates a very sophisticated method of modeling THD! 

The character of the distortion by itself and in relation to the FR  is  warm, smooth & aggressive.

PS: The interaction of the harmonics is far more complex! After all this is just a step to step GIF for demonstration purposes. Only a video capture would be able to capture a more detailed interaction.

DSC

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 Here is the envelope, well looks as it should, although I have to note that again attention to detail is present! look at the very top of the envelope theres a little nuincanse there, even that part is modeled…

Consensus

This is the real deal,  hands down. Again…

 

 

 

 

Fab

 

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