MOH/Max owners...what are your switch settings?
Apr 25, 2002 at 10:12 AM Thread Starter Post #1 of 10

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I'd like to hear what you Max/MOH owners have all your switches set to...
 
Apr 25, 2002 at 3:45 PM Post #4 of 10

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High gain, brightness=off, filter=on.
 
Apr 25, 2002 at 3:52 PM Post #5 of 10

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It depends on the cans:

HD600s: Gain - high, Processor - off, Brightness - off

HP-1: Gain - medium, Processor and brightness - off

MS Pros and SR-325: Gain - low, Processor and brightness - off

Ety ER-4S: Gain - medium, Processor and brightness - off

I use the processor when I need to for extremely panned recordings, then I set brightness to bright.
 
Apr 25, 2002 at 5:50 PM Post #8 of 10

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Talk about being on the same wavelength. I asked a variation of this question in the Static thread. In case I can get more answers here -- does anyone have the brightness boost on when NOT engaging the crossfeed?
 
Apr 27, 2002 at 2:47 AM Post #9 of 10

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Gain: low (I like to be able to fine-tune the volume
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Process: on (usually)
Filter: bright with process on
 
Apr 27, 2002 at 3:13 AM Post #10 of 10

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Gain: Depending upon the CD, gain setting on either medium or low.

Process: Depending upon CD, process on or off.

Filter: Depending upon can, AND CD, off or bright.

There are a number of CD's which sound most natural with process on and filter off. A few sound better with the filter on bright in addition to the process being on.

I have virtually no (none come to mind) CD's which sound best with the process off and filter on bright. Likewise, no CD's which sound best with the filter on brightest under any conditions.

The improved imaging of the OutLaw cables has caused me to prefer a few discs without processing which I previously preferred with process on. Likewise, the improved high end and resolution of the OutLaws has caused me to prefer some CD's with the filter off with process on even though I previously preferred the filter on bright.
 

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