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Subject: Re: Difference between the rec right/left gain and the line in decimator left /a right gain?

Re: Difference between the rec right/left gain and the line in decimator left /a right gain?

From: James Teh <jamie_at_jantrid.net>
Date: 2006-05-09

Hi David,
The rec left/right gains refer to the analog gain, while the line in
decimator left/right gains refer to the digital gain. Both settings
affect the total gain, but when you change the gain from the recording
screen, the code manages the setting of these two types of gain
automatically, thus merging them into one total gain. Before this was
applied to the code, the decimator gain used to be set from the
recording settings menu by the ADC gain setting, which was renamed to
decimator gain because ADC is the incorrect term. :)

Jamie

David Truong wrote:
> HI Everyone,
>
> I am new to the list so forgive my beginner queries. I am looking at this
> config01.cfg file which I saved my rockbox configs to and I see:
> rec left gain: 10
> rec right gain: 10
> line in decimator left gain: 48
> line in decimator right gain: 48
>
> My query is what is the difference between rec gain and line in decimator?
> Thanks in advance,
>
> David Truong.

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Received on Tue May 9 00:37:54 2006

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