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An audio signal used in testing the transient response of audio components.
- It's not necessary to send a toneburst at the start of each over, so disable the auto toneburst if possible.
- The levels are equalised, tonebursts and DTMF tones are attenuated, and squelch tails are shortened.
- This track comprises equal-length tonebursts that move from 32Hz up to 3.2kHz in half steps, then back down again.
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