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    I was wondering if someone could tell me the format of the Omni calibration file.

    Below are a few lines from mine. It appears the first column contains the frequency, the second the is value needed to correct that frequency(?) and I am not sure what the third number is.

    4.6758 -0.2119 6.12
    5.099 -0.1226 6.27

    Thanks.
    James

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    Re: Omni calibration file format

    I believe they are freq, amplitude, phase

    not 100% on that, though, but that's usually the order of the three.

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    • #3
      Re: Omni calibration file format

      Originally posted by greywarden View Post
      I believe they are freq, amplitude, phase

      not 100% on that, though, but that's usually the order of the three.
      Yes, it is essentially an frd file with the same three columns.
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      • #4
        Re: Omni calibration file format

        Thanks guys for the time and reply.

        So basically the second column is the correction value in db for the first column? Just asking to make sure I am following it.

        James

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        • #5
          Re: Omni calibration file format

          Originally posted by exojam View Post
          Thanks guys for the time and reply.

          So basically the second column is the correction value in db for the first column? Just asking to make sure I am following it.

          James
          Yep.
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          • #6
            Re: Omni calibration file format

            Thanks Jeff.

            Now if I could only get the cal file into a filter for Spectrum Labs I would be golden.

            James

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