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Instead of a knockout panel, build a hatch large enough to pass through your most wildly optimistic number of cables. To soundproof this gap, attach covers on both sides of the wall, with cutouts that fit your current cabling. Build the covers from a material that is easy to make more cutouts in later. this reduces the number of connectors and solder ...


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Most RCA stereo cables are 4-lead, and consist of 2 mono cables connected only by their outer insulation. This type of cable usually has a figure-8 crosssection. Every signal wire has its own ground in a coax configuration: signal wire in the middle, and the ground as a shield around it. This is done to reduce crosstalk. 3-lead stereo cables are used in ...


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I worked out how to fix this for the behringer 50usb - install EqMac2 (it's free) and you can turn down the volume in the eq - then you can just use the keyboard volume keys to turn it all the way up and all the way down.


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Do you use your computer to record, edit, mix, and master? Or do you use your computer as an instrument, sending its audio somewhere else for recording? I'm assuming the former. Even if you use software instruments, I am guessing you primarily want to use the computer with a DAW in a recording capacity. Assuming your audio interface only has one or two ...


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