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post #91 of 93 Old 10-04-16, 06:49 AM
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I'm a newbie with REW too and have one really dumb question for all of you. When using REW to generate a curve for subwoofers, do you use pink noise to generate the curves or sine wave? And should one use the same when generating curves for the remaining speakers as well? I could not easily find the answer to this basic question in the instructions. I just want to be sure that I'm feeding the sub and the speakers the correct signal. Thanks.

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Typically you want to use the sine wave sweep when taking measurements. Pink noise is useful with the Real Time Analysis feature along with an equalizer. It lets you adjust the equalizer and see the results instantly on the screen. Pink noise graphs can be saved just like sine-wave graphs.

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Typically you want to use the sine wave sweep when taking measurements. Pink noise is useful with the Real Time Analysis feature along with an equalizer. It lets you adjust the equalizer and see the results instantly on the screen. Pink noise graphs can be saved just like sine-wave graphs.

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Thank you very much Wayne. I was using Pink Noise to take measurements so I am glad to see your response because now I can correct my mistake.

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