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Sennheiser RS160 volume, adjustment of transmitter volume, etc.
post Feb 2 2013, 08:45
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Does anyone else have the Sennheiser RS160 wireless headphones?

There are two volume controls on the system. One is on the headphones, the other is on the wireless transmitter. The user guide states that if the source signal is too strong*, that the volume can be adjusted on the transmitter to remedy this. I'm confused as to what is the "normal" position to have the transmitter volume set to. Should it normally be turned all the way up, and only adjusted down if the input signal is too strong?

The headphone transmitter receives its signal directly from the analog outs of my computer's audio card (M-Audio Audiophile 24/96). I normally leave the output of the sound card at the max level.

*there is no sound level meter on the wireless transmitter - only a red warning LED if the input signal is too strong - since there are no meters to view signal level, I feel like I'm just guessing at levels

This post has been edited by toronado455: Feb 2 2013, 08:49
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