Originally Posted by DonoMan
First time I've seen a claim that Cross Spectrum is reselling a microphone with the standard calibration file (rather than individually calibrating them and providing a custom file as they claim). Bold claim. Are you sure? What's your evidence of this being the case?
I'm not claiming anything. When one buys their Umik1 on the MiniDSP website you enter its serial number after receiving it and download the calibration files (normal and 90º) that have the mic's serial number as part of the file name. Does Cross Spectrum offer any similar proof that their calibration file is done by them and is different than the one MiniDSP has?
There shouldn't be anything wrong with either one, I just can't see paying more for one from another source.
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