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Performance - Motherboard - Audio - RMAA

Performance - Audio - RMAA

The RMAA toolset is utilized to evaluate both analog and digital channels of various audio devices, such as sound cards, MP3 players, consumer CD/DVD players, and acoustic sets. By utilizing frequency analysis techniques to play and record test signals along the tested audio route, the tool generates results. Moreover, the latest version, developed by leading experts in digital audio over two years, provides a more user-friendly interface for individuals unfamiliar with technical parameters. RMAA 6.0 raises the standard for spectrum analyzer convenience and functionality, making it the preferred program for enthusiasts, professionals, and audio publications worldwide. Some manufacturers now consider RMAA testing as a crucial part of their development process for new devices. In brief, the program has become the de facto standard for easily and quickly measuring technical parameters without requiring specialized measurement instruments that cost tens of thousands of dollars. The following results are produced by RMAA:

RightMark Audio Analyzer test report

Testing device [MME] Wave mapper
Sampling mode 24-bit, 48 kHz
Interface MME
Testing chain External loopback (line-out - line-in)
RMAA Version 6.4.5
20 Hz - 20 kHz filter ON
Normalize amplitude ON
Level change 0.1 dB / 0.2 dB
Mono mode OFF
Calibration signal, Hz 1000
Polarity inverted/inverted


Frequency response (from 40 Hz to 15 kHz), dB
+0.16, +0.10
Noise level, dB (A)
Very good
Dynamic range, dB (A)
Very good
THD, %
Very good
THD + Noise, dB (A)
IMD + Noise, %
Very good
Stereo crosstalk, dB
IMD at 10 kHz, %
Very good
General performance
Very good

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