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From the Owner's Manual, page 7:
2: Output VU meter - This three-segment bar meter shows the XP200 output
level. For optimum signal-to-noise ratio, set the Volume control (see #6 below)
so that program material is usually at or around 0 VU, with occasional but not
steady excursions to the red "+3 dB" segment.
http://www.samsontech.com/site_media/legacy_docs/ExPro_OM_4L_B_V4_1.pdf

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