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Avalon pre amp AD2022

Dear Sir
I bought a pre amp Avalon AD2022 its connected to a digi002 and a charteroak 538 mocrophone,,I use a mic line on the digi,and qualified cables that are balanced
The poroblem I experience is that the VU meter is hitting so hard againt the right side during singing where in the put is low,, the signal that I receive in the digi002 is very low,,when I put my digi switc from +4 to -10 the avalon reacts normally on the UV meter and can easely be ajusted to a nice 0 ,,only the sound I receive in the digi is overlaoding and I receive also alot of sssss sounds I connat even get out of the recording with ade esser thats bad. What could be wrong??? I not trust the store so much that they really sold me a new one
With knd regards
leo

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Take transcendecant out of main board, this will override the vu meter therefore solving your problem...

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