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How is gain set for headphone out?

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2020/07/19 08:46:10 (permalink)
Hello,
 
I have several pair of headphones to try on my new nu audio pro.   However, the impedance ranges from 32ohm (Grado HF3) to 600ohm (Beyer DT990). 
 
How do I switch between low/normal/high gain?
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    Re: How is gain set for headphone out? 2020/07/19 13:13:54 (permalink)
    Hi! Open the Nu Audio software, select the headphones picture and move the headphones volume slider. It will change the HP volume with a hardware regulator. Its not a perfect one, but its good enough.
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    Re: How is gain set for headphone out? 2020/07/19 18:10:49 (permalink)
    Thanks.
     
    I've done that.  I have it at 95% from my DT990 600 OHM.

    So, roughly, would it be:
     
    0-33% = Low Gain
    34-66% = Medium
    67-100% = High Gain
     
     
     
     
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