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Old 6th July 2006, 10:58 PM   #1
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Default Coustic RTA 33

well i am buying a used one tommrow for 200bucks, it works
I have used them before in the past and had ok luck with it. is not as accurate as the audio controll.

(this is for the morons that dont read the entire tread before posting) is not as accurate as the audio controll is not as accurate as the audio controll is not as accurate as the audio controll is not as accurate as the audio controll is not as accurate as the audio controll is not as accurate as the audio controll is not as accurate as the audio controll is not as accurate as the audio controll is not as accurate as the audio controll is not as accurate as the audio controll is not as accurate as the audio controll is not as accurate as the audio controll!!!!!!!!!)

but still for 200 bucks and it is working .....
If any of you have Owned one please let me know what i should look for as far as it being possibally damaged. Is there any known defects with this rta or any thing i shoud be aware of before giving this guy my cash.

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Old 8th July 2006, 05:30 AM   #2
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ok i got it , it is sick wit it.
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Old 9th July 2006, 03:31 AM   #3
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Hey i just baught a used coustic rta33 after years of bugging the local shop to use there audiocontroll meter i finally have my own.

my question is the about the mic.

It didnt come with one.
So i went to gituar center and baught a Behringer ECM8000 measurement mic. I had to purchace a phantom powersupply for mic and adapt the XLR's to 3.5mm Mono so i baught all the stuff, it seems to work ok but ide thought i would ask some of you.


OK so i hooked up the RTA put in a burned copy of stereo pink noise off 2000IASCA cd. and measured the system, set to flat responce and drove around so that my ears could get used to a flat curve (come on guys it has been a few years for me) got home, fiddled with the gains and re-tuned listen to it and i was like aahhhhh spectrial balance... but after listening for a while seems like 16-20Khz range is just too high.

Is the Beheranger mic setup i have working with the meter ok?

I appriciate it in advance for the time it takeds to reply this.
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