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post #41 of 47 Old 12-17-08, 01:01 PM
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Re: SRM Turtle beach help!

Hmm. It does look like a filter is on. I'm guessing that it is something in the SRM control panel settings. Not sure what as I don't have it to look at right now.
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Re: SRM Turtle beach help!

Holy !! I think it worked, let me know if this is correct?
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Re: SRM Turtle beach help!

Looks good.
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Re: SRM Turtle beach help!

It's still a little bit more rolled off on the low end than the usual, but much better. If you aren't concerned with measuring below 10-15hz anyway who cares.

What was the problem?
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Re: SRM Turtle beach help!

BTW the SRM was on 5.1 instead of two speakers that is what did the trick!
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Re: SRM Turtle beach help!

Is there anything you can think of that might help in that region (10-15hz)?
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post #47 of 47 Old 12-19-08, 05:53 PM
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Re: SRM Turtle beach help!

It's fine.

To prove it's OK, simple connect a cable from the right channel line-out to line-in (just as you did to make the soundcard cal file), and take a Measure from 0-10000Hz. (be sure to run the Check Levels routine and Calibrate SPL first).

The resulting measurement should return a perfect straight line, if your cal file is correct.

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