My point was based on someone only needing to set a highpass, who was not going to use rew to eq.
REW on the PC will generate the test signals.
For measuring SPL, I use:
an older Dell laptop (Latitude D620 - picked up as a refurbished unit for $300)
a Behringer UCA-202 USB sound card
a lilmike Mic
and a modified RS 33-2050 SPL meter
You can skip the lilmike mic and the older, modified meter and just get a newer SPL meter for measuring subs. The Radio Shack 33-2055 seems to work well enough.
ok, getting closer then. the 33-2055 has its own mike to read and you just make adjustments in REW per what you see on the meter? and then adjust to those changes for the mini DSP?
how important is the sound card? i would just use the one in my current laptop that would hook to the system via headphone jack.
Originally Posted by blackoper
well I've been looking around and the Behringer EPQ900 and the Peavey PV900 both caught my eye. The EPQ900 is putting out 390 watts per channel and the peavey right at 300 watts.
Originally Posted by crabra
So will the DVC385-88 give near identical performance to the MFW-15 in this horn.
The reason I ask is I'm in Australia and the MFW-15 might cost a fortune to get down here.
Although the Dayton isn't exactly cheap either at between $260-$270 US ea.