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Old 12-16-2011, 11:58 AM
KMcK KMcK is offline
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Default OMNI HD Mic Pre 2 much softer than Mic Pre 1

Using my Omni's built-in mic pre's for the first time and discovered that Input 2 is WAY quieter than Input 1 for some reason. Even with the gain at +65 on Input 2 it comes in much quieter than Input 1 set at +10 gain (the lowest setting).

Settings are identical for both channels (except the gain which is turned up on Ch2 by the above amount). Phantom power is on both channels, Pad is Off on both, both are set to "Mic" and both are set to +4 dBu on the "Analog In" tab in the Hardware setup. I've tried swapping mics and mic cables to no avail, Ch2 is always significantly lower gain than Ch1.

Faulty unit? Or something else I'm forgetting to check?
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