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UMIK-1 verion -12 or -18? 6 years 6 months ago #23144

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Dear MiniDSP.
I have UMIK-1 serial 700-9439. Windows 10 and REW shows -12 db sens(very strange, 6 months ago it was -18db sens. on anoter PC). And internal jumpers were on -18 db/ out the factory. :dry:

Cal file shows
Sens Factor =-1.177dB, SERNO: 7009439
10.054 -5.5195
10.179 -5.3518
10.306 -5.1874
10.434 -5.0262

Looks like --1.177too high for -12db, its closer to -18db sens factor. Or I`m wrong? :S

Now the SPL data in REW is the same with another SPL meter. :woohoo:

Could you please check what is my mic revision was? 12db or 18db ? If its -18bd revision why has it appeared as -12db in Windows and REW?
Should i worring or i can just go with 18db jumpers and -1.177 in cal,file? Or something wrong with mic gain in windows?

Too many questions.... :evil:

Thank you an advance

Alex.

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UMIK-1 verion -12 or -18? 6 years 6 months ago #23201

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@ Alex,

we're assuming that you haven't opened the microphone to modify the internal jumpers. Did you?
Sounds like a 18dB gain to us based on the sensitivity. We'll have a closer look at our database.

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