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Elite Shackster , HTS Moderator Emeritus
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I have started taking speaker measurements with REW. BoomieMCT has only ever used REW in his designs.

It has all the features you need: variable frequency sweeps, ability to window the measurements (eliminate room effects), spectral decay, etc. the only thing it lacks is the ability to splice together separate measurements -- some people like to use nearfield for the high frequency and then gated for the low frequency and splice them together (rather than one continuous measurement). There's more information on this on the web.

If you are truly adventurous, try Speaker Workshop. Hard to learn and you have to build a small jig and calibrate before the measurements, but it does some neat things as well. It's what I've done most of my stuff on, although I am trying REW more and more now.
 
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