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Re: airFX level mismatch.

On Dec 1, 2011, at 11:33 AM, andy butler wrote:

In any case "line Level" hasn't meant -10dB since they did away
with using 5 pin din connectors (in the mid 70's ?).

From Wiki

The most common nominal level for consumer audio equipment is −10 dBV, and the most common nominal level for professional equipment is 4 dBu.


In most cases changing the volume setting on the source equipment does not vary the strength of the line out signal.

Not that Wiki knows it all.
The impedance of output +4 db seems to overload the line in on some of these consumer DJ devices.