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DDRC-24 : Low signal-to-noise Level error with Umik-2 (ok without calibration) 3 weeks 5 days ago #57050

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Hello,

My configuration :
- MacBook Pro (BigSur)
- UMIK-2
- DDRC-24
- 2.0 Speakers on power amplifier

Issue :
Everytime I am trying to take measurements, DL3 open a Low signal-to-noise level Warning...

Framework :
The room is quiet, I tried several configuration on the Volume Calibration menu with 40db difference between noise and speakers out. I followed the following tutorial too : mehlau.net/audio/dirac-live-2-mic-speaker-levels/
I also tried different mic position trying to be closer to the speakers with no difference at all. I pushed the master sound to the maximum. Absolutely impossible to take any measurements.

Finally I tried without calibration file and suddenly Dirac Live 3, takes the measurements without any warning!? If I reload calibration file, again the same error (Low SNR Error)
I can take measurements with REW without any issue. I also re-installed DL3 and DDRC-24 apps, without any changes.

Please, any thoughts or suggestions? I am really lost...

Thanks

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DDRC-24 : Low signal-to-noise Level error with Umik-2 (ok without calibration) 2 weeks 5 days ago #57149

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7 days ago...a pity no one has replied with any useful answer. Sorry I can't help, but I was considering buying a DDRC-24/ same configuration/ use-case.

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