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As you can see, there is quite a discrepency between the two
Sure there is, because you've used the calibration file for the Radio Shack meter for both microphone tests.

Sonnies excellent excel sheets have the RS meter cal file baked in under the compensated columns.

You would have to enter the calibration file for your microphone into the technics spreadsheet to compare apples to apples. :)

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sound pressure Measurable range 35dB~105dB SPL
That's the range level of dBSPL that it can respond to. 35dB to 105dB. That upper limit is a little low for a sub. Nice to see about 120dB upper range.

It's Frequency Response shows as 20Hz to 20kHz. That's acceptable, but as Sonnie says, why not use the RS Meter... :)

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