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Real time analyser

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Building DIY' started by pajare, Apr 10, 2004.

  1. pajare

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    Found a free real time analyser on Allen & Heath website that you could use in your laptop or PC. Would probably be handy for checking basic room response. You will need a mic or a lead to connect from your sound level meter. it is on a 14 day trial but if you want to keep it it only costs £6.25p

    at http://www.allen-heath.com/rta.asp

    Cheers-----------Pajare
     
  2. Big Al

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    Looks intresting. Thanks for the link

    Big Al
     
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    I think i will have to download this as soon as I get a BFD.

    The specs sound pretty good.

    Thanks pajare :thumbsup:
     
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    If you want something to set up your BFD, try spectraplus. It is incredibly powerful and the 30 day trial should be plenty enough to get you sorted! :D

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    I don't think 1/3 octave is fine enough to Eq a sub you can easily miss narrow peaks or troughs. I'd say 1/12 is minimum.

    Like Buns says get spectra and do it within 30 days as it costs 100's to buy.
     
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