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Input sensitivity 1031a with Apollo, Dangerous Source

pdxstudio, modified 5 Years ago.

Input sensitivity 1031a with Apollo, Dangerous Source

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 5/13/17 Recent Posts

Hello!

How should I set the input sensitivity of my 1031as?

I'm using them with a Universal Audio Apollo (max output level +20.2 dBu) and a Dangrous Music Source monitor controller. (max output > 26 dBu.) I alternate between using the AES input of the source (and hence the DA of the Source) and the analog input of the Source (which is being fed from an analog console.)

In accordance with the Genelec documentation, I've placed the monitors on heavy stands behind the console bridge, and very close to the wall (the monitors are canted in at 30 degrees, and the inside corner is about 1 cm from the 4" OC 703 panel on the wall.)

In case it matters, I just got a 1092a which I am adding to the system. I'm working on calibrating everything but I figure it's best to get the 1031as optimized on their own, then add the 1092a and set its level and polarity accordingly.

Application: Music studio

Room size: 33' x 13' x 7' 

Thanks!