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post #1 of 6 Old 09-12-08, 04:35 PM Thread Starter
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DBX RTA-M Calibration curve?

Hi Guys,

I ordered an EMC8000 from Musician's Friend only to be told after the order was placed it is out of stock until Sept 30th. I want to do some calibrating this weekend, but can find no EMC8000 locally.

I can however, find a RTA-M by DBX, but have no calibration data for it. Does anyone have such data? I have seen a graph, but that's pretty inexact.

Thanks.
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Re: DBX RTA-M Calibration curve?

Never mind, guys. I have found the attached data.
Attached Files DBX RTA M.cal (4.0 KB) 
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Re: DBX RTA-M Calibration curve?

thank you!

for finding the cal file for this mic!
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Re: DBX RTA-M Calibration curve?

I have a question how to use this calibration file? I had set up a test system as below: sound card:PreSonus FireStudio Mobile; Measurement Microphone: dbx RTA-M ; Software: EASERA Systune V1.2.6
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Re: DBX RTA-M Calibration curve?

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Never mind, guys. I have found the attached data.

Is this file for your individual mic or a general file you found on a website?

Generally you need a individual calibration file for your mic, especially if you are going to EQ according to the measurements.
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Re: DBX RTA-M Calibration curve?


What Phillips said. That said...

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I have a question how to use this calibration file?
It’s as easy as saving it to your computer, then loading it into REW under the Settings box, Mic/Meter tab.

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