Gld112 SigGen advice

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    PauloS
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    Hello,

    Im using gld112 and recently i bought an ipad to use with remote app. Everything is working as it should but i havea question about sig gen and rta.

    My goal is to walk around with my ipad and ket it pick up the pink noise from main PA so i can configure the room eq.

    Im sending pink noise thru setup/audio/sig gen and the signal is going to L/r.
    However, i want to use my ipad to measure the rta. I cannot seem to get it working, no matter where i place my ipad the signal is always the same on rta.

    Obviously i have to set a microphone to pick up the signal comming out of the speakers and isolate the mics rta but i dont know how to do that.

    I see many people just walking around with ipads and configurimg the room with pink noise but atm no matter where i stand the meters always show the same. Can sny1 advice me on this ?

    #107686
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    PauloS
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    Also to clarify ; what am i eqing with the built in rta a d siggen; the speakers themselves withouth the room taken into consideration ?

    #107712
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    Scott
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    Setup a measurement mic on one of your channels. PFL that channel, then the RTA will show what that particular channel is doing. Adjust your main EQ as needed.

    #107713
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    One more (obvious) note. Don’t turn up that channel in the mains, only PFL it to use the RTA with it.

    #107722
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    PauloS
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    Yeah i did that yesterday with the behringer omni mic 8000, wprking as i tended. I was wondering why people just walk and eq with ipad only but it seems that measures just the speakers withouth the actual room noise. Thank you !

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