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Subject: Re: gain setting
From: sophana (jobarjo78_at_yahoo.fr)
Date: 2004-06-01


ajf_at_midmaine.com wrote:

>There are no lower gain settings on the Archos.
>Can you control the level of the source? It sounds like it is too "hot".
>If you cannot reduce the level at the source, you can buy an attenuator
>cable, or use an intermediate device like a pre-amp or mixer to control
>the level of the signal reaching the Archos line-in.
>
>
>
>>I have bought the jukebox recorder 20 V2 and have problems with the gain
>>setting during reording. The lowest gain i can choose is -3db. with this
>>settings my peak meter is allways at maximum. Are there any possibilities
>>to set the gain lower than -3db. Ifound nothing about that, neither in the
>>rockbox manual nor in the archos manual.
>>
>>Thanks in advance
>>
>>André
>>
>>
>>
reducing a gain is simply a matter of resistor bridge. simply buy a
stereo volume potentiometer (don't know the word in english) in any
electronic shop.

increasing the gain is the job of a preamp.

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