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DDRC-24 - Volume Calibration - No "green zone" 10 months 2 weeks ago #52328

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I posted this in the "miniDSP for newbies" section as well. I hope that's allowed. If not, I'm sorry :blush:

I have been trying to set up me DDRC-24 but have hit a wall. After placing the UMIK-1 at the center listening postition, I continue to the "Volume Calibration" menu and press play on my left speaker. The pink noise is not audible at this level, so I start increasing the "Master Output" slider. The manual states: "Continue to increase volume until it is at a moderate level, such that your voice would have to be raised to converse with someone sitting next to you." which I reach when the slider is incrased from -95.5dB to maximum. (without going to the locked area) at -32.0dB. The next step is to get the volume level into the "green zone" as stated by the manual: "Increase the Mic gain slider so that the level meter is in the green zone" but as you can see in my screenshots, even with my "Mic gain" maxed out, I'm not getting the green zone.



Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong? Or know what might be the problem. I have tried searching for the problem, but could not find anything or anyone with the same problem.
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DDRC-24 - Volume Calibration - No "green zone" 10 months 2 weeks ago #52331

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I just answered this question in your other thread :) .

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