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Old 11-25-2005, 11:27 AM
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Default My own D-Control phones issue

I haven't yet noticed a phones issue like the one previously reported. My issue is that when using cans plugged into the D-Control, gain settings for the stereo inputs have no effect. To be clear, I'm refering to the ability to hold down the stereo input button until it flashes, and then adjust the input gain to match it to other sources. This works just fine for the signal feeding the control-room monitors, but has no effect on the headphone output. Anyone know if this is by design or a bug?
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