> > > Actually, I don't think it's any kind of deliberate
> > clipping
> > > circuit, it's simply runing into the absolute limit on
> > > A/D converter.
> > >
> > I guess the question would be whether the input scale
> > be recalibrated to more realistically reflect the "real
> > world" input levels?
> > what inputs are you using on the Omnia, the analog or the
> AES??i am using the AES and never had the problem of
> distorted voices.and i run the input where Omnia
> suggests.how low of a input are some of you other Omnia
> users running and what inputs are you using.
I run my turbo 3 at anywhere between -10 and -15 db gain reduction, to keep levels consistent. I am using a modified "Dense" setting, with a little more high end being sent to the limiters, with quite a bit of compression through the agc sections. I'm getting a really loud, dense sound that isn't too much for the listeners. We still sound open, and don't really have the artifact of clipping. Every now and then, but not all that often.
I agree...back down your input until the clipping goes away. You are banging the absolute top of the a/d converter. Be careful...you won't notice it immediately as you are turning the knob.
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Edited by Zach Morton on 07/06/05 02:23 AM.