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Subject: RE: Problem - line in clipping when recording
From: Meirion Williams [e-knowledge] (meirion_at_e-knowledge.net)
Thanks for everyone's suggestions here, I'm going to get an inline headphone
volume control from Maplin.co.uk, it's only about ?2.99 so if it doesn't
work - no big loss.
Although, getting back to the case of the rockbox and line level recording -
is there any way the rockbox software can get the recording gain any lower
than -3db.. is this a hardware limitation or something?
From: owner-rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se [mailto:owner-rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se]On
Behalf Of Neon John
Sent: 16 May 2003 02:06
Subject: Re: Problem - line in clipping when recording
>Meirion Williams [e-knowledge] said:
>> I have a problem when recording from a lot of line-in analogue sources.
>> I'm recording from mixers in clubs, using TAPE-OUT or REC-OUT, and a
>> phono to 3.5mm jack.
>> A lot of the time I can't turn the gain on the Rockbox down far enough
>> to record properly, the input is way to high and clips a lot or all of
>> the time, resulting in a useless recording.
>> I can turn the gain down to -3db, is that as low as it will go?
>> Is there any way I can get it lower, or is this a hardware restriction?
>> Does anyone know if the Archos software goes lower, as this is the sole
>> reason I bought a JBR, and if I can't make these recordings I'm stuffed
Radio Shack sells an attenuation cable just for this application. It has a
built-in 20 db pad. Runs less than $10.
John De Armond
Cleveland, Occupied TN
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