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Gain Adjustment: Analog of digital domain? 1 month 11 hours ago #62548

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Quick question re the Flex Eight before smashing that buy button:

The router settings allow for up to +12dB gain which must be done in the analog domain then (since there's no such thing as +12dBFS).

But what about when gain is being reduced in the router settings, is that also done in the analog domain or just the digital domain (i.e. setting of -12dB equals -12dBFS)?


The reason I ask is because I'd ideally like to be able to adjust gain level between drivers in the analog domain to maximize resolution (and without having to introduce potentiometers between the Flex and amps).

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Gain Adjustment: Analog of digital domain? 1 month 9 hours ago #62551

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If you want to adjust relative gain levels between drivers in the analog domain, you'll have to do it outside/post the miniDSP unit.

I'm unsure why you're correlating +12db gain with +12dbFS.  Two different things.

Dave.

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