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Problems recording from soundesk

I tried to record from a soundesk last nite. i hooked up both channels but when i listened thru my headphones it was very distorted. I had the limiters on and turned the manual volume to about 3. i have got another shoot tonight so i would appreciate some help please.
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The signal from a sounddesk is a line signal. On the bottom of your Bechtek are 3 dip switches. You have to set switch 1 and 3 to line level. That should work.


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