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  • Question re using Anthem with AER 60-3 and input sensitivity switch, attenuator..

    Hi Everyone

    On the AER 60-3 amp there is a high/low "input sensitivity, attenuator" switch on channel 1. When using a low impedance pick up like the Anthem would it be best to simply depress this switch to "low" (i.e so the switch is on) ? When I do so the amp output is much quieter but the sound seems more stable. When it is "off" so presumably is "high" then the output sounds very loud. I have the anthem pre-amp set fairly high on the anthem so guess that might be affecting things too.

    Hope that makes sense and am not confusing different issues too much here.

    Any help much appreciated.

  • #2
    Originally posted by Nowhereblue View Post
    Hi Everyone

    On the AER 60-3 amp there is a high/low "input sensitivity, attenuator" switch on channel 1. When using a low impedance pick up like the Anthem would it be best to simply depress this switch to "low" (i.e so the switch is on) ? When I do so the amp output is much quieter but the sound seems more stable. When it is "off" so presumably is "high" then the output sounds very loud. I have the anthem pre-amp set fairly high on the anthem so guess that might be affecting things too.

    Hope that makes sense and am not confusing different issues too much here.

    Any help much appreciated.
    The Anthem doesn't usually have an overly hot output level, so you should be fine without the attenuation. If your feedback/stability is an issue, then you should definitely just use your ears and find what sounds and works better for you.

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    • #3
      Thanks Caleb - that helps explain it :-)

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