It does work with REW. With the cal curve you should be able to measure down to 5 Hz, but there will be a number of other factors that will effect how low you can actually go in your application.That's cool news!
I suppose it will but wanted to make sure this will work with REW? How low will it realistically measure down to accurately?
Place an order and on the PayPal page there will be a box that says "Instructions to merchant" - in that box, leave your HTS username and I'll refund the $10.How do I go about getting the HTS discount?
Are you talking about this or this? Those products will work fine (likely better) than the Dayton systems, but those are professional tools and you'll be paying professional prices, especially since you'll need to add a mic capsule with the pre-amp in the first link. The entire Omnimic system will cost less than just the mic capsule you need for the system in the first link!Hello,
since I'm new to this forum I can't post links
But while searching for a USB measurment mic, I also found
a new USB measurment mic series (real 1/2" capsule compatible with Bruel&Kjaer etc.) from Dr-Jordan-Design.
They also offer a package with this mic and their analysis software including room acoutic measurement at Ebay
From dayton there is a similar package, but their mic and software seems less powerful.
Any comments to compare these packages? Basically I want to optimize my room acoustics
And I'm looking for a simple to use system. These USB mics seems the right way. Since cabling is much easier and I do not need to worry about phantompower and it is always calibrated.
It looks like a better system than the Omnimic. The microphone is undoubtedly better (likely flatter without a correction curve, lower noise floor, higher sensitivity) and the program incorporates a signal generator unlike the external CD solution of the Omnimic.Hello,
I mean the first one (silver module based) it also includes the capsule (class 2)
But they also offer a package including this mic and their software much cheaper
Hi, it's Jason from over at AVS. Sorry I couldn't get back with you earlier.Happy New Year all!
Just found out abount the UMM-6 mic at AVS Forum. I have a few of questions.
So with this mic the REW connection will be UMM-6 -> usb -> Laptop -> HDMI -> Receiver -> HDTV?
Before downloading V5.01 beta 10 do I need to delete the old REW version?
After V5.01 do I need to download ASIO4ALL?
Hi Jason, man you're everywhere :bigsmile:.Hi, it's Jason from over at AVS. Sorry I couldn't get back with you earlier.
You don't need a TV hooked up, but otherwise, that sounds right. You don't need to delete anything. Just install over top. Then simply install the driver after installing the new beta of REW and you're good to go!
Let me know if you need anything else,
I'm planning on using this Ubuntu laptop I'm using now, so the added feature on the 5.01 won't benefit me for now. As for the cal files, it would not matter as long as the file for UMM-6 is the same .txt format and I load that to the REW, correct?Either should work, but the UMIK-1 has better support in REW as the sensitivity data in the UMIK cal file allows REW to show calibrated SPL readings.
Most HTS users seem to prefer the UMIK-1, its specs are a little better, it is natively recognized so no drivers are needed. And support for it is now built into REW.Hello,
I'm new to the forum and to digital audio.
So, is the UMIK-1 better than the UMM-6?