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You won’t be able to get accurate frequency response measurements with an Audyssey mic because you don’t have a calibration file for it. However, if all you’re interested in is acoustics measurements, such as RT60, ETC and so forth, any mic can be used.

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Wayne
thanks - do you mean that I need to buy something like the Behringer ECM8000 or that a $20 mic is fine for what I need (namely to see if my room needs add'l acoustic panels/treatment.

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Umik-1 mic calibrated by spectrum labs, and make sure your laptop have hdmi out then you're good to go. The Umik-1 is about $100.
 
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