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Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by John Doh, Oct 25, 2003.
They offer an analog and a digital meter. Which is better?
I think you will find that most around here will recommend the analog. Do a search and you will find a lot on the subject I'm sure.
I had both. The analog one is better:
2) Better resolution. You can get to *maybe* 0.25 dB differences. On the digital one, you're actually hard pressed to get a 1 dB difference accurately.
3) I was happily surprised by this, but a 9V battery lasts much longer in the analog one too. The display on the digital model consumes a lot of power.
Actually, the only benefit I found to the digital one is that you can read the number on the display from further away. (Adjusting a sub level in a corner of a room, for example.)
Another vote for analog.