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Connecting a source to 7060B - Sensitivity Adjustment issue

clearsignal, modified 5 Years ago.

Connecting a source to 7060B - Sensitivity Adjustment issue

Padawan Posts: 50 Join Date: 3/2/18 Recent Posts

Greetings, good Gelenecsters…


I’m in the process of procuring a new 7060B for my 1030A pair.


My source is a DAP (Astell&Kern) with an unbalanced output level rated at 3.9Vrms (= 14dBbu).

However, the 7060 sensitivity can only be dialed up to 12dBu.


So…am I out of luck and my DAP isn’t compatible with the sub?

Or should I just set the dial on the sub to 12dBu and prey for the best?


Manny thanks for any kind person who can offer an answer.