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Started by Dino Boreanaz, March 16, 2022, 12:36:03 AM
Quote from: Dino Boreanaz on March 20, 2022, 11:27:49 PMI very much appreciate everyone's input on this as I'm quite new to the world of modifications. I have a couple of questions for those with more experience that myself (which is just about everyone!):As my end goal is to make the volume controls less sensitive at very low settings, is there something preferable about adding resistance (either fixed or a pot) before the power amp versus changing the volume pots from linear taper to log taper?I have found volume settings that I am quite happy with, but I would really like to have finer control in this area and it seems like log taper pots would accomplish this without adding components or making permanent modifications.If I may ask another question to further my understanding of this circuit: It seems like the two volume pots (VR10 and VR11) are not located between their op-amp's input pins and output pins, and so should not affect the gain of these op-amp stages. Is it correct to say that these two volume pots control the signal passed to the power amp as voltage dividers rather than by altering the gain (and therefore clipping behaviour) of the op-amps?Thank you again for all your input and insight.