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post #301 of 306 Old 09-30-2014, 09:55 AM
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Is there a new project or one like this ?

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Is the pink noise on this test DVD A or C weighted? When putting my RTA to use do I tell it to filter for A or C? I'm confused about which settings will put me on the path to "flat." Thanks!
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Great, thanks!
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Hi. Thanks so much for this DVD. Exactly what I needed.

I'm trying to confirm whether one of my tweeters are distorting. The sweeps on this DVD sweep through higher frequencies too quickly to make a call. I would have loved to have something similar to the slower sweep in the link below for each speaker.

I recently had a tweeter which distorted at frequency multiples starting around 2000Hz and upwards which would not have been identifiable using the faster high-freq sweeps on the DVD. A slower sweep makes pinpointing of misbehaving frequencies so much easier, also when testing the room.

Just a suggestion. See example below.

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Just use REW and some decent measuring gear.
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Just use REW and some decent measuring gear.
oh wow. Never even knew REW existed. Looks awesome. Thanks
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