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TOPIC: REW -measurement actions-excess phase version

REW -measurement actions-excess phase version 2 weeks 14 hours ago #51285

  • gin
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Hello everyone :)
have downloaded " SwissBear, 2017: REW auto EQ + rePhase " tutorial
Have to ask help to understand that tutorial from page 6...
Sequence of the tutorial go like this:
1. Measure speakers several points of measuring, get "average" measurement in to REW .
Apply - Control window -"time alignment" and and use the ‘Vector Average’. That is OK
Question: Is the same to use -All SPL- Average responses contra to use the ‘Vector Average’ ?
2. Export "average" measurement as a txt file to rePhase. File-Export- Export measurement as a tekst. That is OK
3. Apply EQ corrections to "average" measurement and result export as *. xml file ,to be imported to re Phase. That is OK
4. Import 2. and 3. to rePhase and let program generate *.bin file .That is OK
5. Open "average" measurement in REW and import *.bin file. File-Import- Import impulse response. REW do not import *.bin file for me.
6. "average" measurement in REW and added *.bin file ,go to Controls-measurement actions-excess phase version and apply it. REW should be able to generate txt file witch should be used by re Phase..... How to do that ?
7. In rePhase with imported "average" measurement + EQ corrections filter in *. xml file form imported to import one more txt file with
"excess phase version" correction.
Did all that I have understood right ?
Thank you in advance :)

P.S. Why attachments to post doesn't work ? How to solve this problem ?
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