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  • fpitas
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    Dapoline? Isn't that a motor treatment?

  • billfitzmaurice
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    From this guy: https://techtalk.parts-express.com/m...dapoline/about

  • fpitas
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    Sheesh, we're going to make him (it?) feel unwanted with this kind of talk. Then how will we find the best essay writing service?

  • billfitzmaurice
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    Seems a lot more than likely when you google the username and it comes up on two dozen unrelated forums, and if you go to any of them where he/she/it has posted you get a spam link. It takes all of 30 seconds, too bad the PE mods haven't got the 30 seconds to spare before approving new members.

  • fpitas
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    Seems likely

  • billfitzmaurice
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    Spambot alert.

  • smithclarkson02
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    Originally posted by sstevemmitchell View Post



    I use Audio Tool for android with the calibrated mic available at parts express. (Dayton Audio IMM-6) Does a reasonable job but must be volume calibrated against a known reference source or other meter.
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    This make sense.

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  • GeorgeDaniels
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    Yeah, the SPL Meter App for Android device is one of my favorite, You can download it from Google Play Store. The best feature is Calibrate option – If you have a calibrated SPL meter or known loudness source, you can use this option to calibrate the meter. (However its still for Indication Only).

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  • billfitzmaurice
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    I do my measuring on my laptop with HolmImpulse and a calibrated mic. It can only give a transfer function magnitude result. If you want an actual SPL you need to calibrate it with an SPL meter. I do so with a 1kHz test tone.

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  • sstevemmitchell
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    Originally posted by Brian Steele View Post
    See subject. What would you recommend? There seems to be dozens of them in the Play Store.


    I use Audio Tool for android with the calibrated mic available at parts express. (Dayton Audio IMM-6) Does a reasonable job but must be volume calibrated against a known reference source or other meter.

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  • timothybrennan
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    Originally posted by fpitas View Post

    He did say there were a bunch. What's special about that one?
    SPL Meter is built by the same team that created the other great professional audio and acoustics apps on the store, Studio Six Digital. Built on the engine of our more expensive "SPL" app, SPL Meter's filters and decay rates meet or exceed ANSI type 1. This app is not a toy or a game.

    *** FEATURES:


    FILTERS -- A and C weighting filters are provided.


    DECAY -- Choose ANSI Fast or Slow.


    RANGES -- 40dB to 120dB in 9 ranges.

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  • AudioSQ
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    I agree, I use this with the imm 6. Nice little combo. Obviously if free is the target than it isn't the way to go, but for around $35 you can get some pretty solid measurements.

  • fpitas
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    Originally posted by timothybrennan View Post

    There is an app on the Play Store called SPL Meter
    I don't think you paid attention to that hope it is useful to you.
    He did say there were a bunch. What's special about that one?

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