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  1. REW Forum
    If this is buried in there somewhere, I apologize. I'm in the middle of a labor-o-love gear rehab project where I need to do a number of S/N tests of electronics. The feature would be a dB ratio operational mode of the SPL meter or level meters where we could give it a reference tone, poke a...
  2. SPL Meters | Mic's | Calibration | Sound Cards
    Hi , I have a Landtek SL-5868P SPL meter: site: landteknet |dot| net manual: (type on google this text 'sl-5868P-sp4.pdf') (sorry I can't post url) this instrument is very inaccurate in the higher frequency without a specific calibration file, but can be done in low frequency (20 -200...
  3. REW Forum
    I don't have the sound card/microphone Equipment for REW. I manually measure with a RS meter and enter the data in a .txt file. Then I use REW's "Import Measurement" function to get the data into REW. In the Mic/Meter setup, I have unchecked the "C Weighted SPL Meter Type and entered the...
  4. REW Forum
    I setup my levels using 75dB limited bandwidth pink noise with my disc, then I went into REW and am checking levels using Pink PN from the CD player. I needed to raise my subs gain from -9 to -7, about where my other speakers are at. After my filters I raise the gain 1dB back to where it was...
  5. REW Forum
    Should I use the A-weighted or C-weighted scale of my hand held SPL meter when calibrating the SPL meter in REW? As a follow-up question, is there a cal file for the Extech 407730 meter? Not sure I need it, as I am using a Behringer ECM-8000 for the test mic. Thanks! Ted
  6. SPL Meters | Mic's | Calibration | Sound Cards
    I'm a little confused on which setting I should use with my B&K model 2230 SPL Meter, Preamp & Mic.. I have 4 choices, keep in mind these weighting filters are actually processed within the SPL meter and output through the sound card and REW. Maybe all SLP Meters do this, just thought I would...
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