That's pretty much what I thought. I guess I'm wondering what the point is in including a pink noise generator in the amp when its pretty worthless without the rest of the instructions, software, and hardware needed to use it. I bought two xTi 4000 recently and I'm wondering if part of the cost was a worthless function that does nothing but increase the price of the amp.
Don't get me wrong, I'm happy with the overall performance of the amps, but as I learn more about all of the functionality, I wonder why Crown wasted their time on putting something worthless into an otherwise very functional unit.
My suggestion would be to include the real time analyzer in System Architect so a mike could be attached to the computer sound card and used as the amp was providing the pink noise. If I have the computer at the job anyway, all I need is the mike and the analysis software to wring out the room. Taking it one step further, if the analysis software was a part of System Architect, the room corrections could be done automatically and downloaded into the amps immediately making setting up a lot quicker and easier.