Certifiable accuracy of ± 1.4 decibels and rated at international Type 2 standard. Dual sound and frequency ranges. Provides comprehensive data set. High-quality microphone. Comes with battery and case.
None. It’s expensive but competitively priced for an instrument of this quality.
Straightforward with a clear, easy-to-read LCD screen. 40- to 130-decibel range. Battery saving auto off. Useful tripod mounting hole. Carry pouch included. Good value.
Not as accurate as claimed. Variable quality control means questionable durability.
Compact device that's easy to hold in your hand. Simple one-button operation. Large, backlit display for easy reading. Can attach to a tripod. Sensitive microphone easily picks up sound. Gives an accurate reading.
Power button is prone to turning on and off when inside your bag.
Measures a range from 30 to 130 decibels. Can store up to 4,700 data points. One-year warranty included. Analysis software included. Lighted, easy-to-read display. Provides accurate readings. Sensitive enough to pick up even low sounds.
Software isn't compatible with Macs. This unit may be too expensive for some users.
User-friendly controls and easy-to-read display. One-year warranty. Lightweight and fits in the palm of your hand. Can be mounted on a tripod for hands-free operation. Accurate sound measurements.
This sound level meter is on the expensive end. It only detects sounds as low as 40 decibels.
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