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True Audio TrueRTA Audio Spectrum Analyzer Software
True Audio RTA gets hanged while testing. Pls provide a solution for this problem.
I would recommend contacting TrueRTA directly for help with this.https://www.trueaudio.com/rta_sup1.htm
Date published: 2014-11-18
Can I run this software with a Macbook?
Unfortunately this is not Mac compatible.
Date published: 2014-02-24
How do I copy onto my new computer-I lost the original disc
I really enjoy this product. The Real Time Analyzer software's oscilloscope feature is a bonus as well as it's spectrum analyzer capability. My problem is that I just got a new computer and I want to transfer the program from my old laptop to my new laptop. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
I think you will need PE tech help for this. It isn't copying, it is also installation.
Date published: 2013-05-13
I would like to know if this software uses the mic calibration files for Dayton EMM-6 mics to compensate for FR errors? I could not find anything on this on the True Audio website or FAQs, execpt for a comment that if the individual mic is not calibrated, then don't use a file at all. This makes no sense to me.
Plug all into ypur tape in/out on your receiver, then plug-in 'aux' your Computer, go to you-boob, and listen to some Black Rebel Motorcycle Club 100- 110 videos, and you'll ge the sound you want.... Make sure your mic. is a dual....You probably have a 'hum', not "dead-silent", and THAT will misconstrue A LOT of things in this sense. Try a Power Module w/ an isolator, or turn-off ALL fans as well as flourescent lighting, and even 'dimmers'.... I've had to do ALL of that o get the 'hum' out of the system as is...
Date published: 2013-11-01
How does the True Audio RTA compair to the Dayton Omni Mic system.
This question was asked before and the True Audio RTA was compaired to the Goldline RTA not the Omni mic.
The TrueRTA system has been around for a number of years, and is a good product. While there are some differences in the features, I'd say a few of the primary benefits of the OmniMic system would be the overall simplicity, convenience, and portability. Everything you need (aside from a laptop or netbook computer) is included; you can open the box, load up the software, plug in the USB microphone, and have the OmniMic system up and running within 10 minutes. As far as head-to-head comparison of features, I'll leave that to other users, or you can refer to the manuals for each product.
Date published: 2012-04-30
What's the difference between this and Dayton OmniMic?
I understand that OmniMic comes with a microphone, but on the software side, do the programs do the same thing? I am building speakers and want to test their performance. What will I need? Thanks.
The difference between the Dayton Omnimic and the Gold Line DSP-30 Portable Digital RTA is that the Gold Line DSP-30 is a self contained and highly accurate piece of test equipment that when used in conjunction with an accurate calibrated mic and pink noise generator will yield true pro audio measurements and accuracy.The Dayton Omnimic is a good piece of equipment and software that can and is affected by the laptop's sound card and interconnection cables.The included mic is a little lower in quality than the $99.00 DBX cal. mic. Combining these items do not provide the accuracy possible from the Gold Line DSP-30 Portable Digital RTA. It pretty much depends on your need for true accuracy from a real time analyzer.Good Luck
Date published: 2013-05-06