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Old 04-03-2001, 05:35 AM
Freddie Freddie is offline
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Default Control24 Monitor level

Hi again

Just got the C24 and noticed the main monitor level is much lower from the C24 than directly from the audio interface. (Even when main monitor level is set to +10db) Is this correct, or am I doing something wrong?


Fredrik Barstad
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Old 04-04-2001, 09:50 AM
Axis Audio Axis Audio is offline
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Default Re: Control24 Monitor level

Hi Fredrik,

I noticed that my main monitor level seems a bit low as well. I haven't tried it at +10 since my monitors are self powered and rely on my C 24 for output level. +10 would blow me out of the room.

Keep in mind that unity gain for the level is "0" so anything less than that relative position on your pot will be attenuating the signal.

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