[LAU] speaker frequency response measurement and display

Benoît Rouits brouits at free.fr
Sat Jun 25 01:26:19 UTC 2016

Le 24/06/2016 10:51, Michael Jarosch a écrit :
> Hi there!
> I want to display the frequency response (amplitude, impedance and
> maybe phase) of my self-build speakers on my homepage. I like the clean
> look of gnuplot and I wonder if anyone knows about a manual for linux-
> users to make "clean" speaker measurements (with room influences
> eliminated as far as possible) to get an output in a style like this:
> https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-Zsqjk1N1Sws/V2xYWnunOrI/AAAAAAAAAWE/aYPZLa2x
> ItYkpFLA3f1zO25IN_AjPY_PACLcB/s1600/eq_smooth.png
> (just 1 amplitude, of course, and with a dB range of 80 to 120, f.e.)
> I have some experience in speaker measurement, but unfortunately I'm
> not that smart to write my own octave-scripts. I'm just a linux-audio-
> USER, you know.
> Greets!
> Mitsch


I am using qloud to do that. it compiles over Qt4, Qwt and jackd.
sources are available at http://gaydenko.com/qloud/

- Ben

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