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    PMC Speaker owners thread

    Audio Solutions.
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    500Hz pit

    I can use the begringer, but can't do a calibration because I don't have the cable for it. The begringer has a monitor function that either plays from the input, or the usb. The usb didn't send a signal, but I don't know whether the direct monitor was on. I'll make a not to check that on Tuesday.
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    500Hz pit

    My mistake the umc202 was 16 bit on the output, input was 24 bit 48 kHz. The input is always 24 bit and output is 16 or 24. Sampling rates are variable from 44.1 to 192. The 2qute is always 32 bit with sampling rates from 44.1 to 384.
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    500Hz pit

    I can't measure today but just hooked up the devices to check the settings. As suspected, the sampling rates are out of sync. The 2qute is set to 44.1 kHz at 32 bit by default. The umc202 is set to 48 kHz at 16 bit by default. REW was set to 48 kHz. This looks like possibly an easy fix.
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    500Hz pit

    You have convinced me, I now think the most likely cause is a sampling rate mismatch.
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    PMC Speaker owners thread

    A good balance of bass power, smooth midrange, and excitement.
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    500Hz pit

    I'll check all of that when I get a chance. My sound card calibration looks right though.
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    500Hz pit

    Interesting, I'll check the device settings, but for reference I'm not using Windows. I used a MacBook Pro with MacOS. As I said I'll try using the Behringer as output on Tuesday.
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    500Hz pit

    I don't know whether they were correct or not, but both output and input were set to 48kHz.
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    500Hz pit

    I understand that, I meant compared to the whole thing moved left. Both had the same dB differences, the one just at lower frequencies. But as you say, maybe it's a coincidence.
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    500Hz pit

    The difference doesn't seem large to me apart from the frequency point. If you imagine moving the whole part from 500Hz over to the left, then the two look very similar. It's as if the whole pattern happens at a lower frequency.
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    500Hz pit

    40cm from left speaker at tweeter level with only the left one playing. I'll do it on Tuesday.
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    500Hz pit

    You might be right, but I'm not sure what it could be. I did those two right after one another without changing anything. I measured once, then changed the sweep length and measured again. After this I saved and named the two measurements.
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    500Hz pit

    I agree, and I'll try to reproduce the 1M vs 256K one. So far I have tried to keep both possibilities in my mind: 1 - Something went wrong in the measurements. 2 - They are valid, but something in my room is causing the results. It's not that I dismiss number 1.
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    500Hz pit

    It would just be interesting to see how it changes if it is indeed lingering frequencies affecting later frequencies.
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