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Re: EDP input sensitivity (was Next loop copy question)

Thanks my friend that was the explanation i was
looking for

>> >High frequencies clip easier on the EDP.  Turn the
> input gain down
> >until the distortion goes away.  Changing the
> resistors on the input
> >will only change the position of the knop required
> to get the proper
> >signal to the edp.  If you turn your input knob
> down, it can reduce the
> >input signal to an appropriate level.  Resistor
> change is not
> >necessary, but it may make you feel better about
> the knob position. 
> >You can also reposition the know on the
> potentiometer shaft to point
> >however you want, if that matters to you.  This
> input control is just a
> >voltage divider, absolute position should not
> matter as long as you
> >have the range you need for your inputs.
> >bret
> >--- Louie Angulo <laab2000us@yahoo.com> wrote:
> >> sorry i meant increasing the tolerance of the
> input or
> >>  decreasing the sensitivity
> >> I am curious how  far do you have the input
> normally
> >> set? i have it at about 11 o´clock and it still
> clips.
> >> I am running a roland preamp into it but i also
> own a
> >> boomerang which hardly ever clips.It is specially
> >> sensitive with bright tones.
> >> cheers
> >> lou


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