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1. Re: SONY PCM-M10 noise test

Subject: 1. Re: SONY PCM-M10 noise test
From: "Klas Strandberg" klasstrandberg
Date: Mon Jan 11, 2010 4:41 am ((PST))
Sony specifies:
"Noise Level: 17.0dBSPL(A)"

What is "dBSPL(A)" Is it really the same as dB(A)?


At 10:16 2010-01-11, you wrote:
>Gianni Pavan wrote:
> > Raimund, could you do a self-noise test with
> > the internal mics ? It would be nice to make a comparison with the D50 =
> > is the all-in-one recorder closest to the quietest recorders in the Rai=
> > list.
>Hi Gianni,
>Unfortunately, measuring microphone self-noise in a reliable way is
>a bit complicated and I'm currently too busy for that. Though, I
>believe that we can trust the specifications provided by SONY:
>PCM-M10: 17 dBA
>PCM-D50: 20 dBA
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>sound is worth a thousand pictures." R. Murray Schafer via Bernie Krause
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