Originally Posted by dazthedominant

at a club i used to dj at, their mixer had on it 'please do not peak into the red level' or something like that and the master volume had duct tape to a certain point where you could not go higher, the system was tuned nicely so there was no need to really play around with levels, unless a track was pressed quietly. but in all, the system has lasted for years with no faults.

Played on many systems where this is the case... tuned so, the mixer, with each line on 0, and the master at the tape, is giving it's maximum, undistorted output. Then all you have to make sure is that the master is well away from the tape at the start of the night for maximum headroom.

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