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Before posting your measurement results Effects Pedals, Units & Accessories
Old 6th February 2019
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+2/-4 dB means that the maximum deviation from target curve (often not a straight line, more in link below) is 2 dB above and 4 dB below target line (at the resolution specified, 1/24 oct smoothing in this case).

The Titanic, room curves and other GS style OT wanderings
What a great post linked!
Old 25th February 2019
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Hi guys,

here is my room reponse measured with sonarworks.

What do you think about the result.

cheers,

MArc
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Old 25th February 2019
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Originally Posted by fehl_tadel View Post
Hi guys,

here is my room reponse measured with sonarworks.

What do you think about the result.

cheers,

MArc
I think you should read the first post in this thread, and then some other relevant threads.
Old 3 weeks ago
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Isolated room measurement!

Thank you so much for the info!!
I would like to know just the average db measurement of a well isolated room and just fair treatment (not too damped and not too bright).
Cheers!
Old 3 weeks ago
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Thank you so much for the info!!
I would like to know just the average db measurement of a well isolated room and just fair treatment (not too damped and not too bright).
Cheers!
Not clear what you mean but if you mean what is acceptable results in terms deviation from target FR:

Before posting your measurement results


If you are asking for an appropriate level to aim for when making measurements; it´s not very important as long as you are far away from the noise floor of the space. 85 dB or more (depending on what your system can manage without audible distortion) is a good start.
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