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Old 12th August 2011, 12:08 AM   #21
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Indeed, there is noise picked up in the T2 input circuits when this control is in its mid position. I have mined turned fully up, which is just right to interface with my MiniDSP preamp's output (AFTER I increased the gain with R1 and R4)...
I can remember well that a virtue two showed a very dry and punchy character in the bass region while I have the impression with the T2 now that I have to increase the vol.pot up to 11 o'clock to reach a typical listening level of the virtue two's 9 o'clock position. Just a suggestion. Maybe virtue's bigger supply cap is more responsible for it's more drive/live character than the gain setting. I am not sure but a gain adjustment seems not a bad idea at first step ...
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