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input sensitivity jumpers ICE 125 4 years 4 months ago #31966

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from the factory, are the jumpers set closed or open? (sorry but amps currently in place- like to get ans before take back apart if possible- thanks

I'm using RCA inputs, problem is volume at max is too low
Q: advantages of changing jumper positions vs changing software input and/or output db settings? (sound quality, etc)
Q: best to adjust input or output db settings (to obtain best quality and higher volume output)?

thanks in advance for suggestions

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input sensitivity jumpers ICE 125 4 years 4 months ago #31975

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The jumpers should be in the closed position (higher gain) from the factory.

If you can't get enough volume, it would indicated your source voltage being too low.

Dave.
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input sensitivity jumpers ICE 125 4 years 4 months ago #31986

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Dave,
Thanks for info.
I went to the input dB settings (orig set at 0db) and adjusted up - top range is +12dB, found +8dB was provided significantly more output- and didn't notice any pbs with sound quality (no clipping, so breakup)... and didn't need to pull out the amps- thanks

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