A procedure for calibrating pressure-velocity (p-v) sound intensity probes using a progressive plane wave as reference field is presented here. The procedure has been checked for a microelectromechanical system technology-based Microflown® match-size probe by comparing the calibration results with the nominal correction curves available from the manufacturer. The reference field was generated along a wave guide by means of a dual cone loudspeaker supplying acoustic energy in the range 20 Hz–20 kHz through an impedance adaptor. Different from the current in-field procedures, the one proposed here allows the calibration of probes under test to be executed at once up to 10 kHz without any change in the experimental setup. After a detailed review of the general principles of calibration, the procedure has been finalized with three main stages: (a) determination of the full coherence calibration bandwidth of the probe, (b) comparison calibration of the probe built-in pressure microphone over the full coherence frequency range, and (c) relative calibration of the velocity sensor over the calibrated pressure one. Calibration results for the probe under test have been best fitted against the calibration filters modeled by the manufacturer and the direct comparison of the obtained data with the factory ones has been reported.