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DSP6 Output Sensitiviy....huh?

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I've been trying to adjust my output sensitivity for each channel group (1/2, 3/4, 5/6) but when I choose to change one group from say 1.0 to 2.0, all channels end up changing as well.

This also occurs when I change each channel individually...

Is this normal? I want each channel group to be something different if possible. In fact, I think that should be a given....I hope I'm just being stupid

EDIT: I should mention I have only one input at the moment for signal source, "1/2 IN"....can that be the reason?
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You're using a single input aren't you? Don't feel bad, it had me confused at first as well.

That's your gain control. And like a solid state input section on a multi-channel amp you can't adjust gain separately if you only use one set of inputs.

Once you set the gain you use the level control on the bottom right (over by the bass boost control) to set the individual channel or channel pair levels.
I know, I felt the exact same way when I figured it out. It was REALLY pissing me off. I DID find out you can adjust L/R gains separately if you go to channels 1/3/5 or 2/4/6 and adjust that one side it'll change everything else on that side. Pretty neat.

The one thing I can't make it do yet is accept a crossover value that's not on the drop down box. Rob said all you have to do is type it in but it's not working for me. :(
your talking about setting the sensitivity gains where they need to be at then lowering the Level output over w/e you need to correct?
Pretty much. Think of the DCs like an electronic crossover with a gain on the input and an output level adjustment.
I think so...I might have just been tabbing out but the value stays in until I save it and then it reverts. I'll try "enter".
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