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A database of measurement databases, for common consumption. I refer to a few all the time. No doubt this represents only a piece of what's out there.

Thanks to everyone who's posted or otherwise referred to these resources in threads here.

External Databases
ASR Member Sites
Youtube Channels
External Review Sites
 
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I would add to your list:

Subwoofer CEA2010 measurements from Audioholics (shown in an excel file).

How to find it?
1. Go to https://www.audioholics.com/subwoofer-reviews
2. Click on latest review, latest is the SVS 3000 review.
3. Scroll to the bottom. You'll see: "Audioholics Subwoofer Measurement Data 11/11/19".

This is equivalent to the data-bass.com's CEA2010 measurements (shown as RMS SPL, measured at ground-plane @ 2m).
Cool, although I guess they use reviews as their main vehicle for uploading new spreadsheets rather than maintaining a central database.
There are other magazines/web journals with published measurements :)
Can you post a few? I was never much for audio magazines.
 

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