Before digressing in to T/S measurement gear, I'm honestly really surprised that nobody seems to have measured their 4Ω Anarchies. How does one use a drive-unit without measuring it first?
Originally Posted by tuxedocivic
***Still, I'd also like to build a jog and do higher voltage testing. That's the biggest drawback to the WT3/DATS if you ask me.
Interesting point I didn't consider. Something like an Art USB Dual Pre can surely put out a fair bit higher voltage than a WT3/DATS.
The FuzzMeasure jig is actually really simple:
Basically just take a twisted pair RCA cable, add 1/4 adapters (or start with an instrument cable), cut it in half, put a resistor on the positive lead, and probes on both. With Euroblock terminals (I hate soldering) it could probably be done in 3-4 minutes. I need to do that.
Originally Posted by Face2
I have a WT3 also, it works most of the time, but it will only work on a Win XP laptop that is ready for the electronics bone yard. It will not work with any other PC or laptop I own.
Wow. Come to think of it, I've only used mine in XP as well (albeit in Parallels on my Mac.)
Originally Posted by mtg90
My wt3 was also really finicky. It died on me last year. Got the new DATS v2 which is worlds better. No more start up delay and works every time.
Curious, why DATS and not WT2? Every indication seem to be that the WT2 is both more accurate and less finicky.