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Roch Lafleur

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Re: A Few Questions for Danley SM80 Users
« Reply #40 on: June 02, 2016, 01:35:03 pm »

DISCONNECT the loudspeakers.  Hook a volt meter to the output speaker terminals of the amp.

Turn the limiters on the DSP all the way up.  Put in a sine wave (say 1KHz for the SM80 and 50Hz for the TH118) and raise the level until get to to 70V or so for the SM80 and 95V or so for the TH118.

Now back down the limiter threshold until you read 55 V for the Sm80 and 80V for the TH118.

Set the attack times at 5ms for the SM80 and 15ms for the TH118.  Set the release at X16.

The release times are set using the arrows at the bottom of the display screen

Thanks Ivan. Worked like a charm! BTW, the threshold ended pretty much at 0 for both.

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Re: A Few Questions for Danley SM80 Users
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