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I'm curious if a SquareWave test is ever planned? I don't know how hard this would be to implemente, but I think you would definitly benefit from that.
I do this at the moment inside my DAW and a realtime analyser which is quite a hassle..

Speaking about square measurment. Here are some explanations and what you would get with such measuring :
http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/headphone-measurements-explained-square-wave-response-page-2
As an example an LCD:
http://www.innerfidelity.com/images/AudezeLCD3sn2312488.pdf
 

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Hi,

I'm curious if a SquareWave test is ever planned? I don't know how hard this would be to implemente, but I think you would definitly benefit from that.
I do this at the moment inside my DAW and a realtime analyser which is quite a hassle..

Speaking about square measurement. Here are some explanations and what you would get with such measuring :
http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/headphone-measurements-explained-square-wave-response-page-2
As an example an LCD:
http://www.innerfidelity.com/images/AudezeLCD3sn2312488.pdf
Inner Fidelity did probably the best job of showing what the various square wave distortions indicate in terms of performance. However, what's missing from pretty much every square wave test is any sort of correlation between the type and degree of visible square wave distortion and a threshold of audibility of the cause. It turns out you can mess up how a square wave looks pretty badly and yet the results of the mechanism remain inaudible. As a result, the visual square wave test, though not irrelevant, should be considered hyper-sensitive in the context of a casual observer.
 

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Ok, thanks for the information. At least it is a valuable information if its interpreted correctly. Would love to see that feature.
All available measurements in REW should be considered hyper-sensitive in the context of a casual observer. :D
 
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