TS312 line level amplification

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I would like to know that at the maximum line level mark what is the amplification compared to 0dB.

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  • Hello,

    Thanks for posting. I'm afraid I'm not quite understanding your inquiry. Can you please provide me with some more information?
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  • What is the amplification from 0dB to the marked point?(in the picture)
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  • Thanks for the additional information. I'm afraid this information isn't publically available. However, the following link below may be helpful for this:

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  • Usually the 0 dB would be a reference point of say the maximum output where the peak level light would just flicker, going above that would be say + 3dB, + 6dB, + 9dB, to your line you marked, every 3dB is doubling the power level which will depending on the amplifier and drivers could cope.
    I would suggest you don't go past 6dB, if the red light was flickering @ 0dB, this all depends on your line level output from your mixer.
    This next info is for Active Loudspeaker cabinets: A good starting point is whilst playing say a CD, set your pre-fader (if you have one) so that your main slider is at the top (100%) where level indicator is reaching no more than +6 dB, this is set before the main output, and you should have your main output from your mixer level fully up, with your Active speaker switched on gradually turn up the volume so that the peak light just flickers this will insure that you won't over load the cabinet.

    If you use a mike you can now set the level control knowing that the output won't be distorted, secondly you now have full control via your slider of the volume going out to the speakers.
    So many people tend to go into the red on their active speakers without realising it by having the mixer output level 3/4 of the way up, then later on in the evening when crown wants it louder raise the level to the top which will over load the amplifier and burn out the drivers.
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