The fixed level output is about 2 Volts
The most integrated amplifiers have input sensitivity about 100mv or 200mV for 50W RMS 8 ohms.
NAD C326 BEE , 159 mV 50WRMS 8ohms
ROTEL A11 , 180mV 50WRMS 8ohms
MARANTZ PM 6007, 200mV 45WRMS 8ohms
So, the voltage gain are very high.
To listen to music at low volume, this 2V high fixed output value cannot be used.
With my old yamaha amp (150mV, 40WRMS 8 ohms), I have to reduce the Node 2i volume slider to the first third to be able to set the volume knob of my amp to 9 o'clock (it's not much already!) to have a good musical and tonal quality on my speakers.
Could we have a second lower fixed output level with a perfect and optimized output quality more compatible with the sensitivities of the RCA inputs of the integrated amplifiers?
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