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Offline guysonic

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Re: Recording for Audio Production
« Reply #15 on: November 14, 2005, 02:28:04 PM »

Thanks for the review!

What impedance for 1/4" TRS inputs did you measure? (balanced, unbalanced?)

BTW: Anyone know how to defeat the ever present 14 dB or so gain that cannot be switched off through the setup?
I'd gladly have someone solder a bit so the gain is gone or at least cut in half.

Impedance NOT measured as yet, but thanks for the suggestion to add this information to the page. 

Simple measurement to perform using in-series resistance with sinewave generator, but setup time/data recording into another chart may take several days for me to get to, so please be patient. 

If someone is hot to jump on this, suggest using variable or fixed 1000-10000 ohms series resistor and sinewave 20, 1K, 20K cycles measurement frequencies applied, maybe necessary to measure impedance at every gain setting combination if showing significant change with gains.

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Re: Recording for Audio Production
« Reply #16 on: November 14, 2005, 02:29:43 PM »
Stop smoking buy a SD722 ;D ;) :P

Naahhh... No reason for that. Just stop smoking crack, pot, and shooting heroin, then you have your choice of either the Cantar or Deva.  ;D

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