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2V RMS max unbalanced input on Flex 4 months 2 weeks ago #60707

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I'm wondering how it might work to use the Flex in the "processor loop" circuit of the Outlaw RR2160MkII receiver. That loop is designed to add an external EQ or processor into the receiver. The Flex spec lists 2V RMS max input for the unbalanced version. But the Outlaw has this disclaimer:

"The RR2160MkII, like most modern devices, has quite a bit of gain, and can easily be outputting 2Vrms, and obviously more peak. As such, you will need to reach out to the EQ manufacturer to ensure this will not overload the input stage of your external."

So, I'm concerned the RR2160 would overdrive the Flex on peaks. I note the balanced (edit) analog version of the Flex has a 4V RMS max input, but I would be using the RCA cable unbalanced version with 2V RMS limit. Would this be at risk of overdriving the Flex? 

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2V RMS max unbalanced input on Flex 4 months 2 weeks ago #60732

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No 4v jumper like the ddrc24? 

hummmm …. 2vrms is like 5v peak 

I bet it works just fine 

and who in the world plays with music at full blast…. 


As Long as it’s RCA Level , i bet 5$ it works just fine and you’ll find a good gain structure 

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