Distortion meter

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A distortion meter is a type of electronic test equipment used to determine specific frequencies that cause distortion in electronic devices. The device is primarily used in audio related equipment.

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A typical unit injects a signal in to the input of a circuit and monitors the output of the circuit for distortion.

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