Question about Yamaha CDR-HD1300 CD Recorder
Your source may have a role to play in available volume being too low.
Page 84 describes Volume controls for both analog and digital inputs.
You don't really want to play chicken with 0 dB (all digital ones). Leave some headroom for unexpected peaks.
BTW: a digital copy of, say, a commercial CD with no volume modification will be at the optimal level that may meet but won't exceed the 0 dB level.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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