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Input sensitivity 8350

manjigo, modified 11 Months ago.

Input sensitivity 8350

Youngling Posts: 5 Join Date: 12/15/20 Recent Posts

Hi!

 

I am using a pair of 8350A with GLM, and now I am about to upgrade my interface to a RME Fireface 802.

 

question 1:

If I on the RME use the line out 1-2 for 8350A, do I need to adjust the input sensitivity on the 8350A or is that done by GLM automatically when calibrating?

Also, which output level should I choose on the RME 802?

Info from RME website:

Output level at 0 dBFS @ Hi Gain: +19 dBu

Output level at 0 dBFS @ +4 dBu: +13 dBu

Output level at 0 dBFS @ -10 dBV: +2 dBV

 

 

question 2:

 

If I use the AES/EBU output from the RME to 8350A, do I in that case need to adjust the input sensitivity on the 8350A or is that done by GLM automatically when calibrating?

 

And do I furthermore need to adjust something on the RME with AES/EBU?

 

 

thank you for answering this question!

 

Magnus B.