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Old Today, 11:15 AM   #641
LeaUK is offline LeaUK
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Your measured results and modelling is quite similar in some respects to the original filter of the KS-138 where I recently modeled it, but obviously only based upon data sheet FMS and Z . See here:

I used your optimizer on the original filter and it appeared to improve things (theoretically) - see here:

But what I found really interesting was the theoretical results achieved from just single poles - see here:


Thanks for your solid advice, much appreciated. For an enthusiast (rather than hard core golden ears speaker designer) the OmniMic v2 appears as a complete kit including calibrated mic, software + (not sure if their test CDs add much?, presumably test tones/white/pink etc needed by the software?), where as the Scarlett is solely a twin Mic to USB, so I would need to figure out all the other requirements wouldn't I?

Cheers again
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Old Today, 04:40 PM   #642
LeaUK is offline LeaUK
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Sorry, I can't edit my posts (for corrections) and they all have to be approved by moderators, getting a bit frustrated by this now!


So a little research on my behalf (with your pointers):

1 x Scarlett 2i2 2nd Gen 130 (not sure if this powers the mics' 48V ?)
2 x Sonarworks XREF20 140 total
1 x ARTA? (Free)

Pretty good price so far, what have I missed?

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Old Today, 08:07 PM   #643
kimmosto is offline kimmosto  Finland
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^Scarlett 2i2 has 48V power.
One mic is enough at least for me. 3-5m mic cable + stand.
Reference channel needs short mono patch cable (30cm) from out to in.
One cable (3m) from out to amp.
ARTA is not free but not too expensive.
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