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SPL Meter

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by UselessPratt, May 18, 2003.

  1. UselessPratt

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    Does anyone use an SPL meter to set up their amp. Are they useful or a waste of money? And if useful, anyone got a link to buy one?

    Opps. Sorry, posted in wrong forum.
     
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    The analogue one is probably the better one as far as reading it goes - the digital ones can bounce around a bit.

    If it's the same as the RS one, then I think the readings are incorrect at certain values, so need correcting. i.e for setting up a sub at frequencies from 15hz to 80hz in small steps.

    Should be ok if you're just using it to set up speaker levels from the amp though, which is a must in my opinion.

    Gary
     

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