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Digital Sound 8928

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Sound Level Meter

  • For monitoring SPL
  • Ideal for discos, live appliances and more
  • Ungauged
  • With big LC display
  • Selectable A/ C weighting modes
  • Time weighting modes: fast/slow
  • Measuring range between 40 dB and 130 dB, devided in 4 different ranges
  • Frequency measurement range: 31.5 - 8100 Hz
  • Measurement accuracy: +/-2 db
  • Measurement speed: 50 ms
  • Operates up to 30 hours with one 9V battery
  • Max Hold function
  • Analogue output
  • Dimensions: 72 x 182 x 30 mm
  • Incl. measurement microphone and 9V battery
Cable Tester No
Level Meter Yes
Speaker Tester No
Software No
available since November 1999
Item number 132899
£38
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Anonymous 23.03.2017
Robust, feels like it was built from quality materials, really easy to read the display, the buttons are comfortable to handle, and the whole device is so well designed that even a toddler can handle it. A little bit bigger in size than expected (that's what she said), but still pretty portable. Probably the size is the only downside of the Digital Sound 8928, as the price is also more than affordable. I'm using it for studio sound penetration level metering, and house / room sound isolation test, and various sound level checks, and so far it works like a charm. With the feature of logging and keeping the highest / lowest record you can place it in a desired place, do the test and check the results after. It's really handy if you do test alone, or when soundproofing a room, so you are making the "noise" inside, and have to measure from the outside at the same time.
Or when you're playing an instrument and you need both hands. You can measure exhaust sound levels, amplifier outputs, concert hall levels, road noise, almost every sound level. It's even fun to play around with it, I measured almost everything in the first few days when I got it. One more to the pros list: the battery seems to last forever in this thing, I don't know how but it never dies. Totally worth every cent, 100 percent recommended.
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Drummer&Guitarist 15.10.2017
I bought this meter for my church. It is really handy and it helps to control the volume and it helps not to make the sound too high. It is really good and I can see the difference it made after using it. I totally recommend it if you play in Church or a band and you want to keep your hearing in good condition for so long.
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Tres utile
numero66 20.05.2021
Jouant en appartement je voulais connaitre la pression sonore de mon ampli. Je l'utlisie aussi pour protéger mes oreilles. Cela me permet de ne pas attendre que mes oreilles sifflent pour dire que c'est trop fort.
Il n'y a pas de manuel avec et beaucoup de boutons sans que je sache ce qu'ils permettent de faire. du coup j'enève une étoile.
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good for a quick reference
AllanS 02.03.2015
I use one of these meters regularly as a 'chuck in the bottom of the bag' reference when we have SPL limits on jobs, its not as accurate as a proper calibrated system, but having done side by side comparisons with an NTI system, its never more than 1 or 2 db out, which is accurate enough for most uses
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