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Old 12-13-2008, 02:50 PM   #1
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Korg SDD 2000 Low Volume

Hello all,

I`ve owed an SDD 2000 for a while now, but I shy away from using it, as
the volume level is not great. I have to crank my AC30 right up just to
hear the thing at a decent level. I now run it through a POD XT pro
which seems to help, but does anyone know of anything I should be doing
as well, or instead of? Or do I just have an SDD with a fault??

Any suggestions welcome



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Old 12-14-2008, 05:22 AM   #2
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sdd 2000

i have an sdd 2000 and it is good. i have level and direct at 10. attenuator at -10 db. also see effect level at your patches.
also you have to set input from devices before sdd at a high level and amp at a lower level.
i hope this helps you.

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Old 12-15-2008, 08:12 PM   #3
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you shouldnt have to crank your Amp right up
i use a Vox ac15 with my SDD2K and the vox amp
sits about 11oclock volume level.SDD2K is up about
5oclock on both. i would get your unit checked out
by a tech. have you tried switching at the back of
the SDD2K? try switching your -35db and -10db

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