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Well I used the cc-1 to gain match 2 channels on a 4 channel amplifier. There are 2 gain knobs on the amp. 1 for channel 1&2, and the other for 3&4. After using the cc-1 to gain match, one channel was at..... lets say 40 volts and the other that I was matching to was at 30. I can't remember the exact volts. I was using the 40 -5 DB track when doing this. Was I supposed to use another track or should I just use a volt meter to gain match? I Just trusted that the cc-1 was right and left it since its not a big deal if it was wrong.

Any help is appreciated, thanks.

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Are you using all 4 channels for subwoofers?

What made you choose that track for the test?

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Did you match voltage with the amp filter on full pass or lpf?

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Re read the manual.

Then do it how the manual says.

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