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sound analyzer[′sau̇nd ‚an·ə‚līz·ər]
An instrument which measures the amount of sound energy in various frequency bands; it generally consists of a set of fixed electrical filters or a tunable electrical filter, along with associated amplifiers and a meter which indicates the filter output.
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An instrument used to measure the distribution of sound over the audible frequency range, i.e., used to obtain a sound spectrum.
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In the past, the resulting sound level in the space was best analyzed using a real-time sound analyzer
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Therein the sound analyzer was employed to acquire the acoustical data.