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Passive volume control options for the Behringer DCCX
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Old 10th June 2004, 12:58 AM   #11
Davey is offline Davey  United States
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You won't be disappointed in the performance of this unit. The VCA's sound transparent to me also....but I don't have golden ears. Phil Bamberg at http://www.bamberglab.com also auditioned my prototype unit awhile back and reported excellent performance in conjunction with his DCX2496.

If there gets to be enough interest in the future it might be worth designing a pc board with some added features and improvements. This is low on my priority list currently, but possibly Paul or somebody else could tackle the job.


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