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So i did some more measuring this week and got some comparing screen shots for you all between SIM3 and SMAART7.4 .

The small difference in the high end between them has to do with SIM3 giving information up to 22687.5Hz and SMAART7.4 stops at19870Hz (at least on my MBP:-) and the synchronization time within SIM3 @ 8.21ms and SMAART7.4 synchronizing @8.23ms which comes down to about 1 sample difference between the 2 analyzers .

The set-up i tested was my own little sound system so in this case 3 x USW1p (CSA configuration) and for this comparison 1 x UPA1p . Measurement mic was a DPA4007 and processing was handeld by 1 APEX intelli-x             4 in 8 out system processor .

So here’s the start .

SIM3 synq at 8.21ms .

001 SIM UPA USW nof synq

SMAART7.4 synq at 8.23ms .

001 SMAART

SIM3 UPA1p

002 SIM UPA solo strt nof

SMAART7.4 UPA1p

002 SMAART

SIM3 USW1p

003 SIM USW nof strt

SMAART7.4 USW1p

003 SMAART

SIM3 UPA1p solo USW1p solo

004 SIM upa nof usw nof

SMAART7.4 UPA1p solo USW1p solo

004 SMAART

SIM3 UPA1p solo UPA1p Butterworth 12db hp solo .

005 SIM upa nof vs upa 12db but hp

SMAART7.4 UPA1p solo UPA1p Butterworth 12db hp solo .

005 SMAART

SIM3 UPA1p solo UPA1p Butterworth 12db hp solo screen set to 0-360 .

005b SIM upa nof vs upa 12db but hp

SMAART7.4 UPA1p solo UPA1p Butterworth 12db hp solo screen set to 0-360 .

005b SMAART

SIM3 USW1p solo USW1p Butterworth 12db lp .

006 SIM usw nof vs usw but12db lp 125

SMAART7.4 USW1p solo USW1p Butterworth 12db lp .

006 SMAART

SIM3 USW1p solo USW1p Butterworth 12db lp screen set to 0-360.

006b  SIM

SMAART7.4 USW1p solo USW1p Butterworth 12db lp screen set to 0-360.

006b SMAART

SIM3 USW1p Butterworth 12db lp UPA1p Butterworth 12db hp  SUM .

007 SIM USW but2 lp 125 upa but2 hp 125 sum

SMAART7.4 USW1p Butterworth 12db lp UPA1p Butterworth 12db hp  SUM .

007 SMAART

SIM3 USW1p Butterworth 12db lp solo UPA1p Butterworth 12db hp solo  and SUM of both .

007b SIM USW but2 lp 125 upa but2 hp 125 sum and solo

SMAART7.4 USW1p Butterworth 12db lp solo UPA1p Butterworth 12db hp solo  and SUM of both .

007b SMAART

SIM3 USW1p Butterworth 12db lp solo UPA1p Butterworth 12db hp solo  and SUM of both smoothed (for the marketing department :-).

007c SIM USW but2 lp 125 upa but2 hp 125 sum and solo

SMAART7.4 USW1p Butterworth 12db lp solo UPA1p Butterworth 12db hp solo  and SUM of both smoothed (for the marketing department :-).

007c SMAART

Before anybody thinks i didn’t see the sub needing polarity reversal I know it . I wish i would have saved that 1 within SIM3 but as it turns out i didn’t . My bad sorry but to me it was probably so obvious and i was a bit stressed for time during these proceedings and i wanted to check if smaart was able to synchronize on sub woofers .

So within smaart you can synchronize on sub woofers via the IR measurement option (within SIM3 go to delay finder as described in a post before this 1) .

Turns out i was wrong in the blog post regarding sub measurements and there is another few mistakes in that post (can you find them ?).  

Greetz Timo and again sorry for the mistakes i make . They are never intentional but nobody’s perfect (even if you think your name is nobody:-) .  

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