Can I use my own microphone calibration file?




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    On Mac OSX, you also have to make sure that the txt file is encoded in MS DOS text format and not the default MAC OS text formatting. You can change the text formatting using word, but not using the default mac text editor.

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    Dion Monti

    @Mcguireryan Thank you very much, Your tip made it work. Small but vital detail.


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    Andrea Caneparo

    My EMM-6 calibration file had a header, but Reference didn't refuse it, should I consider it ok or the measurement could have suffered from this?

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    You can try and see if the calibration curve changes with and without the header. We've found that it does not matter, but your mileage might vary. If the curve stays the same, your measurements are fine!

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    Giuseppe Vigliotti

    I use the Dayton Audio Emm-6 as measuremente mic,with its own calibration file. I have always used it with Reference 3 Measure with no issue. Now i have to modify the calibration text file to use it with Measure 4 but the software always tells me that there is a problem with my file, I tried to follow the instructions on the site with no luck

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    hi, same problem here, the calibration profile of dayton emm6 does not work anymore with reference 4

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    Charles Kessler

    Another thing to try if you're still having issues importing on Windows..

    Use Notepad++ to change the end of line characters from CR to CR LF:

    Click Edit > EOL Conversion > Windows (CR LF)

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    where can I get that .txt file to edit it with my ECM8000?

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