Question about Audio Players & Recorders
As with any power amp. Using the volume control on the power amp can reduce the amount of noise when a signal is absent but at a reduction in headroom. This means that when the signal going into the amp exceeds the headroom your signal will distort. FOr use at low volume levels with a fairly compressed input signal you should have no problem running at less than 100% on the power amp.
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