- January 23, 2017 at 3:10 pm #15549DougGuest
I love my Mooshmeter. I just wish that I could measure 1Khz sine waves and above.. maybe even up to 5Khz with decent accuracy. I work for a company that builds professional loudspeakers. The Mooshmeter would be perfect for many applications in the audio industry, but it needs to have a broader bandwidth RMS detector.
Thanks for a great tool!
- January 24, 2017 at 10:22 am #15563adminKeymaster
Thanks for the positive feedback! I’m considering designing a Mooshimeter V2 and what features to put in to it. This has been a pretty popular request, I hear you loud and clear.
In the mean time you might consider these guys:
One of the founders is a friend of mine. Their first crowdfunding campaign wasn’t successful but I believe they are prepping for a beta run with external funding now. Their tool might be suitable for your application.
- January 26, 2017 at 11:53 am #15585AnonymousInactive
When I showed my meter to my colleagues 2 went out and bought theirs immediately! There are 4 of us in Engineering, now 3 own Mooshimeters!
I looked at the link you sent me.. what I really need is their specs in your package! Seriously, if you built a true rms detector and a 2 channel scope into a package like the current Mooshimeter, I believe that you would capture the whole professional audio market. Just make sure that the volts input is a standard double banana. On the current one it is frustrating as most of the uses I have are for measuring volts above 1.2V. I can’t use any of my standard cables terminating in double banana. Still a big fan though… and if you need a beta tester for a Version 2 or a unit targeted at the professional audio market I would be glad to help
Danley Sound Labs
- January 27, 2017 at 9:43 am #15589AnonymousInactive
If you’re measuring only voltage, you can use A-connector as common and your double-bananas should fit. After all, there is only really small resistance (and fuse) between C and A.
Or actually.. I have measured 70/100V audio with both channels, in hope to find impedance.. Amplifier negative to C, speaker negative to A and both positives to V. Mooshimeter might be able to tell us something at 1kHz, like most impedance meters.. Maybe something for the app-side wishlist, even after @admin has told me its impossible ;)
- February 9, 2017 at 3:31 am #15700adminKeymaster
I really appreciate the feedback. I’m considering a second version and will keep your beta testing offer in mind :)
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