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Re: cant cal sound card

Depends which line you are referring to. If you post a screenshot of the graph at the end of the cal that may give an idea what is going on, make sure the trace you want to see is selected (there is a tick in the box next to its name) and that the graph range is set correctly.
 

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Set the frequency axis to logarithmic by clicking the button third from right in the toolbar. In the graph legend what values do you see for the "Soundcard" trace after running through the "Measure" sequence from the soundcard settings?
 

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What values do you see for the "Soundcard" trace, i.e. as you move the cursor position on the graph what numbers are being shown in the legend for the trace labelled "Soundcard"? Please also post an image of the "Scope" tab after you have been through the Measure process. Were there any error or warning messages while stepping through the Measure process?
 

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The line is there, it is just perfectly flat at 0dB. The reason for that is you have WAVE selected as the input to the soundcard, so the output data is being fed straight back internally giving a perfectly flat line. Set the input to the Line In.
 

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On an Audigy (typically) Wave needs to be active to be available for the output, but your input should come from the signal called LINE_IN which is the "Analog Mix" from the soundcard, the line level is controlled from the soundcard's analog mix settings. I'm not clear what you mean by "turning off" wave or "input". You can make those selections with REW's input device and input selectors, or leave those as default and make the selections in your soundcard's control panel.

The soundcard cal only needs to be done once and saved as a cal file, REW will automatically reload the cal file when it starts up.
 
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