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Input and output gain settings on Flex 1 month 6 days ago #62625

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I need some help understanding the proper use of gain settings on the flex.  I understand that I need to leave headroom while running Dirac, but I’m not clear on how the two different sets of gains (in and out) relate to that.  If I turn the input gain up, do I need to turn the output down?  I’m trying to get greater volume out on the analog out.  

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Input and output gain settings on Flex 1 month 6 days ago #62627

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Input and output gain settings on Flex 1 month 1 day ago #62668

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You can leave headroom upstream also 

just make your source -10db 

if analog in , and using the 2Vrms input scheme , set your source to whatever voltage equals -10db of 2VRMS 


personally I would use the master volume as a way to give it headroom , way less noisy 

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