kay arne, team bilradiohuset,norway
We got a comp in norway today and did get some nice numbers to show..

SS1-2nw 159.4db set by jarle boger, Team bilradiohuset

SS1-2 160.3db set by Team bilradiohuset 3

Ext1-2 171.9db set by
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khstrom
Congrats on the nice scores!
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KZnova
anybody know street A and street B numbers?
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augustijnen Peter
lol

did u actualy look at the date
The one and only , back for more !!!!
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dB Drag Feldjaeger
Muhahahaha.. Sorry... a 9!!!!!!! Year old thread...

Funny...

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casperskafs
Damn 9 years ago. Makes them scores even more impressive
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SGK-23
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Fredrik Lindberg
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Originally posted by casperskafs:
Damn 9 years ago. Makes them scores even more impressive
Oh well don
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D-Bass
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Originally posted by casperskafs:
Damn 9 years ago. Makes them scores even more impressive
but which mic/sensor were those on? in 2002 the termlab sensor was just coming onto the scene. Most people were still using the old josephson stick-mic on the old termpro software. This could have been on the sensor as you know it, but it might not have been. I wasn't there so I don't know.

But just to be informative, the old mic was usually about 4dB higher in the 140's. 5-6dB in the 150's. I've seen a 168+ on the old mic only score a 160 on the termlab. The k-factor and calibration were different and varied from mic to mic, show to show, day to day. You could go in and adjust them to make both mics closer together at the beginning of a show, but there was usually a "hot" mic that day so everyone paid attention. Nowadays lane-choice to the leader is of less importance.
Another problem would be if you're getting ready to do your 145dB run, and someone just burped a 160+...you're score would be lower if you went quickly after because the mic bead hadn't returned to form yet.
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