bobkatz Posted January 24, 2011 Author Report Share Posted January 24, 2011 It seems to me adjusting the range on the attenuator to match what need makes more sense than changing the gain on an amp that isn't readily set up for that. Let's just say you're right, that's more convenient, but making your own 1 dB/step attenuator out of a 24-step switch is more rewarding. You sing your mantra as you work through the weekend sorting and installing Dale resistors. I generally wouldn't change the gain structure or feedback on the amp, but either attenuating the source (with a control on the DAC) or adding an attenuator at the input terminals is legitimate. ). BK Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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