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Dirac Measurement done with 75dB - how to make 80? 2 years 5 months ago #41016

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Hey

i just received my DDRC88a 5 days ago. I've been playing around with it since , however one thing i noticed that the overall Volume is much lower then before. I've done measurements in REW and the sounds are being measured at 75dB from Dirac. However I would Dirac to do the Measurements at 80dB .

How can i change that ? knowing that the Input Gain was at about -10dB and the Output Volume at -42,5dB

Thanks in advance for the help.

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Dirac Measurement done with 75dB - how to make 80? 2 years 5 months ago #41123

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@Doyanole

We're unfortunately a bit unsure as to the question here... Why you have -42.5dB of attenuation? That is a HUGE attenuation..
Indeed, I can understand that you'd have "much lower than before"... That output attenuation being a HUGE loss.. -40dB will be a lot..

once we understand a bit more the question (and reason for such attenuation and why you're simply not increasing the level), we can take it from there. :-)

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Dirac Measurement done with 75dB - how to make 80? 2 years 5 months ago #41125

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so , should i lower the Input Gain and raise the Output Volume ?

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