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how to measure frequency response of a speaker
Is there a link to dummy's guide on how to measure frequency response of a speaker using RMAA or a similar software?
If not some instructions will help.
I have a got a soundcard (Asus DX), Behringer ECM8000 microphone, Rolls MP13 preamp, RMAA software, guess with some 'how to do' knowledge it should suffice.
1. Would like to see the frequency response of what I am getting in the car
2. Would be doing digital room correction later, so would like to see the difference, before and after
3. Would like to do RTA manually, depending on results from automatic room correction
4. I would later also like to do parametric equalization for my sub woofer, as I suspect the box is smaller than the ideal for sealed config.
I do not know the mumbo jumbo of advanced audio tuning but like many things in past, I intend to learn that also on this forum
The CarPC should help me in enormous amount of tuning flexibility and experimentation on this. At a later point I would like to use all this learning to setup a good quality home audio setup
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