Originally Posted by MKtheater
Correct, 200hz and above starts to look like a cardiograph.
Bosso, I checked no smoothing so I don't know what else to do. When I get my speakers finalized I will start taking full range measurements. I am still learning omnimic. Again I checked no smoothing.
All I'm saying is that the graph you posted is 1/6 octave. Make sure you have no smoothing checked before you run the sweep because afterward, it is irrelevant.
Originally Posted by pbc
The one thing about using SpectrumLabs is that I haven't figured out if you can add the Mic Calibration file to it. Has anyone else figured that out? I know Bosso's mic doesn't need a cal file, but most of ours will, and in some cases the amount of adjustment required to calibrate to reference is several db's depending on the mic.
Without the ability to add a cal file, wouldn't that make the SpecLabs graphs moot as one wouldn't know how "off" the mic was in the first place?
Or have I missed something completely?
Good point. I haven't explored the new version of SL, I just set it up for my system. Since I've never had to be concerned with a calibration file down to 2-4 Hz, I just don't know the answer to that one. But, I'll look into it soon.
On the subject, does anyone know what the Omnimic mic cal file adds below 20 Hz, as an average? I mean does OM publish a variation graph for their mics before calibration.
I know the use an ACOPacific mic as a reference for calibration files.