Re: Question: adding dB-SPL scale
- Thank you Wolf for the good advise. The peak-levels in the amplitude-scale are nearly simular to the b&k now.
The next thing I have been strugling with is to create an accurate string to add to a button and more important to export to .txtfile
Is there a string combination possible to combine the standard avrg and/or avrg_n level output-value(dB regarding to 1.0V) with a custom reference-level correction? I tried all kind of string combinations but nothing seems to work, for me it's higher level mathematics,and I'm afraid I'm not smart enough to understand what i'm doing wrong here.
Btw.About the previous ans still existing memory mapping problem. A technical friend of mine looked into a 700mB .bin file of mine under linux and could not discover anything strange in the datastream at the 512mB point(that's the point where the datastream gets unreadable, and also the point where the 'flush buffer' behaviour occur.
With kind regards and hoping for an example of how to get the string outputvalues right, Marc
--- In SpectrumLabUsers@yahoogroups.com, wolf_dl4yhf <dl4yhf@...> wrote:
> Except for the label ("dB SPL") you can already do that with the
> user-defined offset.
> Go to "Display Settings" .. "Spectrum (2)".
> The FFT output unit can be set to 'dB (user defined reference)'.
> Of couse Spectrum Lab can *not* measure sound pressure levels; it's up
> to you to find the correct offset (in dB) for your sensor / transducer /
> micophone / soundcard gain / etc.
> Wolf .
> Am 26.02.2012 15:14, schrieb muzieklampje:
> > Dear Wolf. In the meanwhile I get hold of a calibrated b&k soundlevel
> > meter to measure and monitor the lf-noise level which still exists in
> > my home residence. And to collect some hard proof of the nuisance for
> > the local authorities.
> > So my question now is if it would be possible to implement dB-SPL
> > scaling in SpectrumLab? This would be of great value for people in
> > simular circumstances who are also using speclab for 24 hours
> > monitoring. I did follow the hum-discussion on the forum of the past
> > week with interest..
> > With kind regards, Marc