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Anyone know why my RT60 times look this way?? 8 years 1 month ago #16831

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Using a UMIK-1, laptop is a Lenovo X1. I imported the cal file for the mic. Speakers are Def Tech BP7000SC. Thanks!
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Anyone know why my RT60 times look this way?? 7 years 11 months ago #17746

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Hi,

UMIK-1 is an excellent mike for measurements, but at prety high SPL levels, not for noises threshold detection, as all the Electret with internal amplifier, due to the noise generated by this amplifier.

For low level as noises mesurements needs, you must use a condenser microphone and a good USB preamplifier for home studio.

I use UMIK-1 and a C-2 Condenser mikes for my own acoustic tests behind Arta, REW, SpectrumLab and others audio softwares.
The main used mike is the UMIK-1, perfectly correct and provided with 2 bandwith files to load into the mesurements softwares.
I use the C-2 only for noise threshold level tests.

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