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The output is low on my Klark Teknik graphic equaliser. Is this a feature or a fault? Live Sound Processing
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The output is low on my Klark Teknik graphic equaliser. Is this a feature or a fault?

I bought a Klark Teknik DN360 graphic equaliser but the output is so quiet I can hardly hear it.

Is this part of the design (perhaps it's meant to be used with a stronger signal) or is it faulty?

I'd be interested to know because I'm planning on selling it but I can't sell it if it's broken.

Thanks.
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I bought a Klark Teknik DN360 graphic equaliser but the output is so quiet I can hardly hear it.

Is this part of the design (perhaps it's meant to be used with a stronger signal) or is it faulty?

I'd be interested to know because I'm planning on selling it but I can't sell it if it's broken.

Thanks.
Something is not correct. You should have a good signal level on the output of the device if you have a good signal level on the input. If you don't have it here is the manual for your unit klark teknik dn360 manual - Google Search

If you put +4 dBu in you should get +4 dBu on the output with all faders in the middle position.

Best of luck!
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