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Old 17th March 2006, 06:03 AM   #1
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Hi guys,

Just finished my first set of Stats and I am wondering what tools people are using to measure their frequency responses.
I plan on hooking up a signal generator to my amplifier and using an SPL meter to measure each speaker at various frequencies. Seems kind of primitive.

Any suggestions?
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Usually we would use a computer program. Speaker Workshop comes to mind. The Signal Generator and SPL meter will give you ball park figures on a course scale as long as the SPL meter is itself flat which most aren't.
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