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Easy ZMA and T/S Parameters Using The LIMP Module in ARTA - An Illustrated Guide

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  • #91
    You'll be fine. Nothing wrong with Behringer UMC line of products either TBH, but avoid the UCA products at all costs. I use a Steinberg UR22mkii and couldn't be happier, Steinberg/Yamaha has real solid drivers so their products are always a good choice.

    If you have plans to use a mic with ARTA as well down the road you may want to build a slightly more elaborate jig than what is described in this thread. Only a few more resistors are needed and a switch. In fact, I recommend a few more resistors regardless, it's my preference to always have a power amp in the chain even with basic T/S, gives you added flexibility down the road.

    I've attached a schematic of my jig for you. Enjoy. ARTA jig.pdf
    "I just use off the shelf textbook filters designed for a resistor of 8 ohms with
    exactly a Fc 3K for both drivers, anybody can do it." -Xmax

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    • #92
      Thanks for the schematic.

      I'm not sure I understand the added abilities of your unit but I am not questioning the benefit.

      I feel like if I had one in my hand I'd be like one of those guys picking antiques on TV... "Clearly it's a tool or device of some kind, probably used by somebody...". Maybe I should read through this thread again. If I'm still stumped, I may PM you if ok.

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      • #93
        Of course. The ARTA manuals are a good place to start. Have a look at page 9 of the LIMP manual:
        https://artalabs.hr/download/LIMP-user-manual.pdf

        Figure 3.1 is the jig shown in this thread, figure 3.2 is what I recommend so you can include an amplified output. The jig in figure 3.2 will be required if/when you want to connect a mic and take full advantage of ARTA. Check the ARTA manual for more:
        https://artalabs.hr/download/ARTA-user-manual.pdf

        If you want to design with full "spinorama" of data with VituixCAD, 2 channel acoustic measurements are a must. The measurement guide for VituixCAD has more details:
        https://kimmosaunisto.net/Software/V...ement_ARTA.pdf
        "I just use off the shelf textbook filters designed for a resistor of 8 ohms with
        exactly a Fc 3K for both drivers, anybody can do it." -Xmax

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