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Speaker Workshop Pulse Response measurement problem
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Old 10th February 2007, 07:53 AM   #1
mightydub is offline mightydub  United States
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Default Speaker Workshop Pulse Response measurement problem

I'm having a problem with Speaker Workshop trying to measure pulse response - I get an MLS signal instead of the expected impulse when using the Measure -> Pulse Response menu item (or using the P button.)

I can manually create an impulse signal which plays and records as expected. I also get MLS when trying to run the amplifier calibration, based on looking at the input result.

Any suggestions?

I'm using version 1.06.

thanks in advance.
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