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Old 3rd December 2003, 11:19 AM   #11
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I made the first walin jig, but I didn't put in the mike switch or rca jack (I'm pretty sure it had that), as at the time I didn't think I'd need it...... (I was under the impression I'd need to spend $200 or more for a reasonable mike, and I couldn't see the point, little did I know!) I'll have to rework the jig, mines in a plastic jiffy box, but it looks ok (see attached) I don't have a digicam, so scanned it on the flatbed . I'll also check out the mic preamp, I'd been meaning to start searching for one!

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Hello.

I'm using Speaker Workshop for my loudspeaker's measurement too.
My father has built a system which allows us to make the 0 dB line correspond to 90 dB SPL (1 W/2,83 V/8 ohms).
It's a bit difficult to explain in english...

My father made a document describing the system, but it is 817 Ko... Can I post 6 .zip files of 100 Ko ?


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Hello.

I'm using Speaker Workshop for my loudspeaker's measurement too.
My father has built a system which allows us to make the 0 dB line correspond to 90 dB SPL (1 W/2,83 V/8 ohms).
It's a bit difficult to explain in english...

My father made a document describing the system, but it is 817 Ko... Can I post 6 .zip files of 100 Ko ?


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Hi Vincent,

not sure whether splitting the file and posting it, is considered acceptable (since it is a way of circumventing the forunm imposed limit). I'll send you an email, and you can email it to me if that's ok. Is the doc in french? Your English is fine, my french is pretty much non existant, but My mum was a french teacher many years ago, and My sister was reasonably fluent, so I could probaby get a translation.

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Old 4th December 2003, 11:40 AM   #14
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Thanks, Tony.

I'll send you the document (in french, sorry... ) in a single .zip file to your email.


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I'd like to have the document, too.

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I'll try to upload the document, I think it could interests some. The 6 files are .txt, you have to rename it to .rar and then extract...

So the first file.


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