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Setting up 8020b's with 7050b - Input Sensitivity Setting

mrsdoubtfire, modified 1 Year ago.

Setting up 8020b's with 7050b - Input Sensitivity Setting

Youngling Posts: 3 Join Date: 5/7/12 Recent Posts

Hello, I am setting up a pair of 8020bs with a 7050b. I have the 2nd dip switch enabled on both of the 8020bs to enable the 85 Hz cross over but I need some advice on the input sensitivity setting for the 7050b.


Question 1 - On the 7050b, which side of the input sensitivity knob is the one I should use for calibration to the numbers, the flat side or the curved side?

Question 2 - which is a good 'starter' setting for the input sensitivity?



costakis, modified 1 Year ago.

RE: Setting up 8020b's with 7050b - Input Sensitivity Setting

Padawan Posts: 76 Join Date: 2/13/19 Recent Posts

Its better to read the manual :) It's really simple, you only need a db meter (or a measurement microphone).