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Hi,I am a happy user of a Purist->Stratos->Dynaudio Audience 82 but this combination has a small problem: For normal listening, only the first few "stops" on the volume control are usable.I find that I have too high volume at the lowest level and too little resolution at reasonable volumes.What I am wondering is this: What can I do to somehow attenuate the signal levels? Is there an obvious modification of the Purist? I know about in-line attenuators but am worried about impacting the sound quality.Does anyone have any ideas?Groeten,Ferdi
Curt, Can an "old" Purist be upgraded to the revised version?-->grub
Hi All,This is a good thread, let me make a few comments.The Purist at gain level zero operates like a buffered passive attenuator. The source level going in is the same level going out to the amplifier. There is no increase in the signal size.For the volume control: Using a 24 position step attenuator a designer can make one of two decisions. To use small subtle volume steps for superior room control or some subtle steps and some large abrupt steps to get the volume all the way down in high-gai ...
I would suggest to keep the pink noise generator. It is very useful as a tool to break in new IC and speaker cables.Thanks.
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