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  • SNW-XREF20R5

    Sonarworks SoundID Reference 
Measurement Microphone

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    An omnidirectional measurement microphone with an individual calibration profile. Every microphone has been measured by Sonarworks acousticians against an ANSI certified measurement microphone. This means perfect accuracy within the audible range and freedom from sample-to-sample irregularities.

    Every user can download a 21-day trial for SoundID Reference for Speakers & Headphones. Enjoy unlimited functionality and finally hear how your speakers really sound!

    Microphone Specification

    • Houses a pre-polarized electret-condenser capsule
    • Frequency response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz with a supplied calibration profile
    • Omnidirectional polar pattern
    • Sensitivity is rated at -37 dB/Pa (14 mV)
    • Self noise: 24 dB
    • S/N ratio: 70 dB
    • Dynamic range: 106 dB
    • Maximum SPL: 132 dB

    What's Included

    • SoundID Reference Measurement Microphone with XLR connection
    • Microphone calibration file for 30° off-axis measurements in .swmic format (Sonarworks software native format) to be used with SoundID Reference
    • Microphone calibration file for 0° on-axis measurements in .txt format for third-party use
    • 21-day trial of SoundID Reference available online

    System Requirements

    • Mac: macOS 10.12 or later
    • PC: Windows 8 (64-bit) or later
    • Sonarworks supported or Sonarworks individually calibrated headphones
    • 2.0 or 2.1 stereo speaker system
    • An audio interface featuring +48V Phantom Power and 44.1 kHz sample rate capability
    • With SoundID Reference during the speaker measurement process, the audio hardware setup must consist only of a single external hardware device
    • XLR to XLR audio cable