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Old 28th January 2008, 11:03 PM   #1
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ok i have a sunfire symphonic ref amp..(ok it was cheap)

input specs.. 1.6 v unblanaced/ 0.8 v balanced
24K/ 24k per leg input impedence

45VRMS out/ 325 watts 8 ohms

yields 35.0 db gain??

all my other amps have like 29 db gain

ok so how can I pad down the gain or input signal on the symphonic
without screwing up the downtracking convetor..

called sunfire they were worthless

oh yea its a biamp syste, and I dont' have enuff gain adj in my crossover to make up fo that and speaker sensitivity difference..am using balanced connections.. thanks


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Old 29th January 2008, 02:11 PM   #2
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You might try the CarverAudio Forum:
http://www.carveraudio.com/

They have a Sunfire section.
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