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I have just bought the Behringer DEQ2496 and a ECM8000 mic for my new DIY sub. I would really like to make a frequency sweep with REQ and see the response curve of my sub, so I can flatten it with the DEQ.

But what exactly do I have to buy to connect the ECM8000 to my PC? I have found this XLR -> USB which supports phantom power: [Ok, just inserted the link, but the forum does not allow me to do that because of possible spam... But google this one: THE T.BONE MICPLUG USB]

Would you guys recommend using this or would another solution be better?

Appreciate your help! :)
 

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Thanks for the answers!

So if I want to use REW, I must connect the soundcard to my receiver with the line-out connections? Would digital connection not work? (Like HDMI/SPDIF).

EDIT: Would this card be good? "M-AUDIO MOBILE PRE USB". And is it "tested" on REW?
I would rather have an external USB card. Then connect the ECM8000 to the usb-card, the card to the PC via USB, and use the line outs in the card to the receiver?
 
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