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Old 21st February 2004, 03:41 PM   #1
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Default Testing a phono stage

How do i go about testing a phono stage with a 1khz sine wave recorded from my pc onto my sony mini disc, and then using digi volt meter.
Iv'e done some preliminary test's with the meter set on dc mv on the input and found this...left ...minus .018 and right...plus.018?
Cant quite work that one out..surley it must be plus volt's on both channels.
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Meter set to dc and 1kHz at input? What are you trying to measure anyway? Just killing time?
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