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Default question about dayton audio imm-6 and umm-6

i bought a dayton audio imm-6 for my car to help setup my crossover and eq point's using audio tool on my samsung galaxy s9+. i notice after turning up the volume on my radio to the loudest it can go mean where my mids won't blow. the audio tool graphic started to go sky rocket and the only way i could get it to go down to lets say 80db was turn the volume on my radio down low. now my question is if i were to say switch to the umm-6 and run rew off my laptop. would i run into this same problem as well

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Default Re: question about dayton audio imm-6 and umm-6

No you wouldn't run into this problem with REW and the usb mic. You would just have to adjust your limits to put your upper and lower limits on the screen so non big deal. Before you spend money on another mic see if you can get an adapter for the mic you already have to make it work with your laptop.

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Hi, sounds like you're tuning to high for the mic. Use an SPL meter app on the phone and an uncorelated pink noise test track on the head unit. Start low and increase the volume on your HU until the SPL meter reads 90dB.

Then do your tuning at that volume level without changing it for the duration of your tuning.
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