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Old 4th March 2009, 09:53 PM   #1
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I'm planning to try riaa reequalizing via my linux based computerd. I will soon get myself a rme 9632 which has an (hopefully decent) ADC on board. To give it some air to breath I will boost the carts audio level with a linear headamp.
Which target level should design the pre to, so that it is high enough to gain enough resolution in the A/D conversion, and which margin do I need for clicks and pops?

Do ADC's prefer a certain output impedance? Any other issues I'm not aware of?

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