A "MUST-HAVE" for audiophiles Want or thinking be come an Audiophile? Take a tone test... After trying various tone generators on Google Play, this app is the best. No "pops" or "clicks" like other tone generator apps. By the way, if you are able to hear from 30hz to 17khz without increasing the volume, you may consider yourself possessing a pair of "golden ears".... Oh, don't forget to use a pair of good closed headphones. :) PS: According to my Yokogawa oscilloscope, these frequencies are accurate to 1% (using a LG Optimus 4x HD).
CAUTION! Be careful not to use the high frequencies around dogs. I heard nothing, but my poor pup leaped from his bed and is hiding under the couch and shaking now. The cat can hear it too, but she doesn't care.
Brilliant but Pops are worrying me. I don't use sweep for that reason.( Use a limiter if using sweep at high volumes ) I needed a 1hz tone and this appears to be accurate judging by other uses
Awesome App! Thanks for the wonderful app. Log function is great. Individual Hz step buttons is wonderful. Any chance we could get 1hz and 10hz jumps? Also, I am not sure if this is possible, but I have been doing some research regarding < 1Hz frequencies. I am using some android devices as LFOs, but need them to go slower. Any ideas?
Almost great A generally great app is a let down a little by pops between frequencies and audio output pause/interruption on device orientation change/screen rotation. Though not essential, UI could use a little polish. Tested on N7.
Very nice! This frequency generator works well, and seems to be bug free, only thing that would make it better is the ability to generate multiple frequencies simultaneously.
-logarithmic slider option is now available - please provide feedback on how you like it!
-added landscape mode,
-increased spacing so that accidentally pressing the wrong button is harder,
-app now provides better crash reports to dev (no private data sent).
Audio Tone Generator 20 - 20 000 Hz. Perfect for testing or pranking!
Low frequency test tone generator. Test how low your subwoofers can go today