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Thread Starter 
What are the actual differences in pink and white noise?
post #2 of 10
From here: Tech Tips: Pink Noise Versus White Noise | Sweetwater.com
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White noise is equal energy per frequency and pink noise is equal energy per octave.
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post #4 of 10
A little dab of RED!!!!
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Thread Starter 
Thanks for the information guys, I was just wondering what it really was. And now I have a fairly clear understanding.
post #6 of 10
pink noise is much less annoying to the ear too. worthless info.
post #7 of 10
Just don't forget there's also brown, red, blue and gray noise, among others.
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Thread Starter 
I know, the reason I wanted to know is to know what would be best for burn in as well as measuring SPL for speakers.
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well, i think pink noise is the best. can't offer you any reason, just seems to be what a lot of people around here do. someone else can probably provide a better reason why.
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Found this earlier today whilst searching for a source of pink noise burn my new K702s in with. Handy little resource:

Burn-in wave files: white noise, pink noise, frequency sweep, channel mix
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