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    Question Shure SM57 to Behringer Mic800 to Maudio Audiophile 192

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    I'm trying to connect a Shure SM57 microphone to computer. I have Shure SM57 XL2 to TS connected to Behringer Mic800, and TS (unbalanced) to 1/4" line-in connected to a splitter to both L &R the line-in on the Audiophile 192.

    I can't seem to receive a signal using the setup.

    Using just my computer's built-in soundcard, I receive a very faint signal from Shure SM57 to Behringer Mic 800 to built-in soundcard...

    Does anyone have experience with the Audiophile - anything I need to tweak in it to receive the signal? (The manual explains what everything is, but doesn't include a troubleshooting section..)

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    Quote Originally Posted by inac View Post
    I'm trying to connect a Shure SM57 microphone to computer. I have Shure SM57 XL2 to TS connected to Behringer Mic800, and TS (unbalanced) to 1/4" line-in connected to a splitter to both L &R the line-in on the Audiophile 192.

    I can't seem to receive a signal using the setup.

    Using just my computer's built-in soundcard, I receive a very faint signal from Shure SM57 to Behringer Mic 800 to built-in soundcard...

    Does anyone have experience with the Audiophile - anything I need to tweak in it to receive the signal? (The manual explains what everything is, but doesn't include a troubleshooting section..)
    So are you plugging the microphone into a line-in on the mic800 or is it going into a mic pre-amp?
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    Shure to Mic800.

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    are any of the mics condenser mics if so what are u using as a pre amp

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    also is it a problem not getting a in the program or to your preamp

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    Mic: Shure SM57

    using audacity to record/test currently

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    Any one here got the Behringer BFC 2000 would like to trade tips and tricks
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    so what sound card u using
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    soundcard: m-audio audiophile 192

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    ok i know the one so u plug ur sm57 into ur preamp using an xlr lead ?
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