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What is the ohm value of the input volume controls on this amp?

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For the Tascam DP-01 Digital 8-Track Portastudio, here are some of the specs:

  • Analog specifications
  • Inputs (A And B) 1/4" Phone (Unbalanced)
  • Input Impedance: > 10k Ohms (Max), Or 1 M Ohms (A Only) With Switch In
  • Guitar Position: 2.4 K Ohms
  • Nominal Input Level: -10 Dbv -
  • Maximum Input Level: +6 Dbv

    Effect Return 2 X 1/4" Phone (Unbalanced)
  • Input Impedance: 10 K Ohms
  • Nominal Input Level: -10 Dbv
  • Maximum Input Level: +6 Dbv

    Stereo Mix 2 X 1/4" Phone (Unbalanced)
  • Input Impedance: 10 K Ohms
  • Nominal Input Level: -10 Dbv
  • Maximum Input Level: +6 Dbv
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