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MiniDSP input question 5 years 2 hours ago #27778

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What is the minimum signal strength in ac volts needed for the miniDSP to work to spec? For example would .25 volts be enough? How 100mV? How about 2mV?

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MiniDSP input question 4 years 11 months ago #27799

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@ rhcbiz

It depends on the "miniDSP" you're talking about. miniDSP is the company name, we've got more than 40products.. :-)
2mV would certainly not work. Too low. Check out gain structure for more info:
www.minidsp.com/applications/dsp-basics/gain-structure-101

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MiniDSP input question 4 years 11 months ago #27893

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Apologies, the 2x4 HD. My question is related to using it as a phono preamp.

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Well, looking at the 2x4HD, you can see that the max input level is 2Vrms. You'd want to drive it the closest to that level to optimize your gain structure. All explained here in details. www.minidsp.com/applications/dsp-basics/gain-structure-101

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