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Use the 8300A for measurements

hornsen, modified 6 Years ago.

Use the 8300A for measurements

Youngling Posts: 2 Join Date: 7/22/16 Recent Posts
Hello dear Genelec Team and Fans,

I was wondering, if there are ways to use the 8300a measuring mic for general measuring purposes. Has anyone tried that? Is it not recommendable because of the very specific purpose of the mic?

Right now I want to measure some selfmade Helmholtz Resonators for example, and wondered, if I could use my GLM mic, since I have it at home already.

Thank you for your insights!
ilkka-rissanen, modified 6 Years ago.

Re: Use the 8300A for measurements

Yoda Posts: 2564 Join Date: 3/23/09 Recent Posts

Unfortunately we cannot support any other type of use for the microphone. Of course it is possible but you would need to investigate it yourself. :)