What is a good subwoofer test disk?

eryn shannon

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I'm looking for a subwoofer test disk that pauses at various bass frequencies rather than just a frequency sweep. Thanks!
 

Garrett Lundy

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bass mechanix
 

Kevin C Brown

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Autosound test disc 101.

I also like the disc by Stryke.

I'll try to dig up links at home...
 

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Here's the Autosound disc, but the link to the disc (101) doesn't seem to be working at the moment:

http://www.autosound2000.com/Products/cds/index.htm

Here is the Stryke site, but I can't find any mention of the CD they used to have:

http://www.stryke.com/

I like them both, because the Autosound disc has discrete tones from 10 to 98 Hz, every Hz. But I also like the Stryke disc, because it is 1/12 octave to 1/6 octave discrete tones, I think from 20 Hz up to 480 Hz or something.


One other thing, most PC sound editing software includes the capability to make your own test discs. For example, this is what I've used in the past:

http://www.goldwave.com/
 

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