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Subject Sound Card Calibration

Date Wed Aug 21 2002 00:10
Author Lars Morset (morset@winmls.com)

When you are doing absolute input calibration and the WinMLS mixer IS used and is relatively calibrated (the levels of the mixer is known), the mixer can have any level that does not cause clipping during the calibration procedure. If you get overload/clipping, reduce the mixer input or output level.
If the WinMLS mixer IS NOT used or relatively calibrated, the absolute calibration can only be done for the current level. If the current level is clipping, you have to reduce it in Measurement->Advanced Settings... by setting the 'Calibration pre-D/A ampl [dB FS]' to a number less than zero.

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