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Elite Shackster , HTS Moderator Emeritus
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My next speaker project has me needing to unwind an inductor to get the proper value.

Despite all my fancy test equipment at work, we never work with inductors, so we don't have one.

I figured this was a good time to get one. I've seen prices from $40 to $300.

What are you guys using and do you like your particular model?

Thanks,
Anthony
 

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Looks like a nice meter, but that may be a bit out of my price range. I'm looking for $100 or cheaper. Parts Express has one and there's a cheaper one on MCM but I didn't know anyone who has it and likes/dislikes it.
 

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I have a jig I used for speaker workshop a while back that did the same thing as the Dayton speaker tester. It is just a pain to set up, as I have to have an amp, the jig, external sound card, etc. If I had a dedicated space for testing and such, I'd use that -- but since all my stuff is laptop/portable it can be a pain to setup and tear down all the time.

Haven't tried REW for T-S testing. Might give that a try.

thanks for all the input, guys!
 
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