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Old 10-29-2010, 09:15 PM
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Default -10db +4DB switch on 003 I/O 5-8?

Question about the the -10 / +4DB switch on the I/O on 5-8 on Factory 003:

The diagram states that:
-with the button out it's +4 DB
-with the button in it's -10 db

When I press the button in, there is in an incredible amount of gain added to the input... I expect a -10 pad when I press the button in, instead it sounds like it's +4 db.

Did Avid (digi) reverse the little graphics on the back or am I missing something? This has perplexed me for a few years, finally getting around to asking the question.

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