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  • beyondipod
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These formulas are mostly in the analogue domain but might come in handy for some members;

Online Acoustic Conversion Engines.
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These formulas are mostly in the analogue domain but might come in handy for some members;

Online Acoustic Conversion Engines.



A handy page.

Another useful page is http://www.csgnetwork.com/atmossndabsorbcalc.html

It's handy when people argue about the need for 50kHz response

(try 30% humidity  at 50kHz...  )
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It's handy when people argue about the need for 50kHz response

(try 30% humidity  at 50kHz...  )


1.3 dB/m?  So what? 

I think there are better arguments...

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It's handy when people argue about the need for 50kHz response

(try 30% humidity  at 50kHz...  )


1.3 dB/m?  So what? 

I think there are better arguments...


Consider the implications for any reasonable-sized concert hall now. Down 20-30 dB.
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Another useful page is http://www.csgnetwork.com/atmossndabsorbcalc.html

It's handy when people argue about the need for 50kHz response


Indeed, they could use global warming as an excuse