Phase adjustment with mic and Oscope?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Rick Guynn, Apr 4, 2002.

  1. Rick Guynn

    Rick Guynn Second Unit

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    I have an oscilloscope. I was wondering if anyone has ever hooked the output of a mic to an oscilloscope (I guess this actually could be done with a windows-based scope for that matter) to get phases or even signal delays set properly in their HT?
    Does this sound doable?
    Rick
     
  2. Ron Shaw

    Ron Shaw Stunt Coordinator

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    Sure its possible. Just put in a pulse and see the result on the scope. The pulse would need to be slow, so you would not get confused with multiple steps. Something like a 1 HZ (or lower) squarewave would be good. You want a squarewave, because it contains wide range information. A battery would work, too. Connect and disconnect the battery, and it would act like a square wave.
     

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