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John beat me to the punch, but as he noted it is not a measurement mic but a handheld stereo recorder. Not exactly the kind of device that should be used for measurements, and in fact, judging from one of his reviews it doesn’t even look like Mr. zeos is using it for measurements. If you’re serious about measurements you can get a calibrated UMIK-1 for well under $100.


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John beat me to the punch, but as he noted it is not a measurement mic but a handheld stereo recorder. Not exactly the kind of device that should be used for measurements, and in fact, judging from one of his reviews it doesn’t even look like Mr. zeos is using it for measurements. If you’re serious about measurements you can get a calibrated UMIK-1 for well under $100.

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Regards,
Wayne
I've got a UMIK for measurement and a miniDSP HD for equalization (and speaker building). I wanted to add this to my arsenal in order to make recordings of my speakers (and the occasional live show) for further assessment and was also wondering if it could work as an SPL measuring tool.

REW has a pretty steep learning curve for me but I'm using the miniDSP for building crossovers at the moment so plenty of time to mess with the UMIK.

Just curious about getting the best sound from my system and assessing various speaks I may or may not get around to building.

Thanks!
 
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