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REW is a great acoustical measurement tool! It also has some nice measurement abilities I'd like to apply to measuring gear, not just rooms. For example, a vertical scale (linear? or log?) in watts would allow us to measure headphone amplifier THD at different output levels. A vertical scale in dBw, dBmw, and dBu would be useful as well. All we need to accomplish this is to give the user an adjustable 0 point for each of the vertical scales that represents 0 dBFS. But it would be so useful....

What do you think, John? That's my vote for expanding REW. Would you be interested?
 

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The SPL calibration pretty much offers that already, you can calibrate to have any desired numeric value correspond to whatever reference input level is applied at the time.
 

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The SPL calibration pretty much offers that already, you can calibrate to have any desired numeric value correspond to whatever reference input level is applied at the time.
That's good news John, so even negative "SPL" is permitted? Any chance to be able to label the axes with custom labels?
 

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SPL cal accepts -180dB to +180dB. Changing the axis labels isn't supported, but is something I'll add to the feature request list.
 

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SPL cal accepts -180dB to +180dB. Changing the axis labels isn't supported, but is something I'll add to the feature request list.
Thanks so much!
 
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