Anyone got a clean db meter they don't need and want to sell/trade? I live about100 yards from a large freeway that the state is preparing to widen, and I want to take some sound level data to feed to their team that's evaluating the need for sound wall height adjustment. Also, I want to keep an "ear" on the sound intensity levels reached in my son's band's practice space.
I know this isn't exactly on topic, but it's a damn sight closer than a lot of the garbage I see lately, and I've been a regular on this NG since the mid-90s.
Grant Erwin Kirkland, Washington