db meter app

rburgess714rburgess714 Posts: 385
edited April 2018 in Troubleshooting
Does anyone have a recommendation for a db meter app for iPhone?

Thanks,
RB
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  • daddyjtdaddyjt Posts: 780
    Audio Tool by Performance Audio

    I use this one quite a bit - a lot of useful tools, and works on iPad or iPhone.
    Too much stuff to keep track of.

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  • Moose68BashMoose68Bash Posts: 3,571
    I recently purchased Decibel X Pro, and so far I'm pleased with its functionality. I particularly like the dosimeter function and the variety of display functions. However, I have no claim to being an "expert" in using the app, and I have not done any extensive comparisons with other apps.
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  • BC6BC6 Posts: 102
    My son is a sound engineering major and suggested SPLnFFT. It works great and has lots of settings that I don't understand.
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  • rburgess714rburgess714 Posts: 385
    Thanks all. I will check theses out.
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    Yamaha Aventage RX-A 1060, Parasound P5, Parasound A23, Yamaha BD-S681, Auralic Aries Mini, Polk S60, Polk S30, Samsung 60" LED

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  • verbverb Posts: 6,062
    I recently purchased Decibel X Pro, and so far I'm pleased with its functionality. I particularly like the dosimeter function and the variety of display functions. However, I have no claim to being an "expert" in using the app, and I have not done any extensive comparisons with other apps.

    So I just downloaded this app. Paid for the pro version, allows switching to dbA (dbZ is the default for the free version). Pretty nifty little app! :smile:

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  • ClipdatClipdat Posts: 6,449
    verb wrote: »
    I recently purchased Decibel X Pro, and so far I'm pleased with its functionality. I particularly like the dosimeter function and the variety of display functions. However, I have no claim to being an "expert" in using the app, and I have not done any extensive comparisons with other apps.

    So I just downloaded this app. Paid for the pro version, allows switching to dbA (dbZ is the default for the free version). Pretty nifty little app! :smile:

    That's the one I paid for too. I calibrated it (my phone's mic) using a $80 decibel meter from Amazon.
    • "Electronic music is human sound adapting to indulge technology, and for some, it feels like the signature sound of energy. New and abstract sounds over hypnotic rhythms can conjure vast soundscapes for escape, pleasure, and transcendence."
  • verbverb Posts: 6,062
    Clipdat wrote: »
    verb wrote: »
    I recently purchased Decibel X Pro, and so far I'm pleased with its functionality. I particularly like the dosimeter function and the variety of display functions. However, I have no claim to being an "expert" in using the app, and I have not done any extensive comparisons with other apps.

    So I just downloaded this app. Paid for the pro version, allows switching to dbA (dbZ is the default for the free version). Pretty nifty little app! :smile:

    That's the one I paid for too. I calibrated it (my phone's mic) using a $80 decibel meter from Amazon.

    Cool! Yeah I was thinking about how to calibrate it as well, figuring the iPhone's mic was, well, meh.
    Basement: Polk SDA SRS, Cary SLP-05 Pre, Enlightened Audio Designs CD Transport, Northstar Designs Excelsio DAC, Silnote Morpheus Ref2 Digital Cable, Marantz SA-14 SACD, McIntosh MC300 Amp, Furman 15PFi Power Conditioner, Pangea Power Cables, Wireworld Oasis 8 RCA IC's, MIT Shotgun S3 IC's, MIT Shotgun S1 Bi-Wire speaker cables
    Office: PC, Marantz CD-1, Marantz AMP-1, Denon UDR-F10 Cassette, Acoustic Technologies Classic Speakers, SVS SB12 Plus Subwoofer, MIT AVt2 speaker cables, IFI Purifier2, AQ Cinnamon USB cable, Groneberg Quatro Reference IC's
    Spare Room: , Antique Sound Labs Wave AV-8 Monoblocks, Tisbury Mini Passive Pre, Tjoeb 99 tube CD player (modified Marantz CD-38), Analysis Plus Oval 9's, Zu Jumpers, AudioEngine B1 Streamer, Klipsch RB-61 v2, SVS PB1000 su, Blue Jeans RCA IC's
    Living Room: Pioneer SX-N30 Network Receiver, Pioneer PD10AE CD Player, Furman M8-LX Power Conditioner, Polk RT265 In Wall Speakers, Polk DSW Pro 660wi Subwoofer
  • ClipdatClipdat Posts: 6,449
    • "Electronic music is human sound adapting to indulge technology, and for some, it feels like the signature sound of energy. New and abstract sounds over hypnotic rhythms can conjure vast soundscapes for escape, pleasure, and transcendence."
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