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Hi,
I need some help. I have built pi4 speakers with flanking subs-I lam very happy with them, a great sound but I feel I may have over damped them. I would like to test them to see if that's the case. I have bought a Behringer ECM8000 condenser measurement microphone but I'm a little unsure of the best way to go about measuring frequency response. A lot of the information on the net assumes a certain level of knowledge which I don't possess.

Can someone please point me in the right direction, equipment required, best software, etc. I was under the impression that I needed a microphone and a laptop and some software -I was also told this by a not very knowledgeable web sales person on the phone. But I keep coming across phantom power and audio interface?? I'm not sure whether this is required if you have a laptop. Do you have to connect the laptop to the stereo?

Any help welcomed.

Thanks.
 
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