[X-HW] Onkyo Digital Audio Processor

Andrew T. Lynch atlynch at mac.com
Mon Jan 6 06:40:12 PST 2003

I Use the MSE-U33B and use the knob on the front to control the levels  
for the RCA inputs.  I cannot adjust the levels in Amadeus II, except  
for with the knob.  I wonder if there are different versions of the  
hardware, or if there are differences under different versions of the  
OS. I am running Mac OS X 10.2.3.


On Sunday, January 5, 2003, at 07:03  PM, Frank Farwell wrote:

>> Anyone here using the Onkyo USB Audio Processor to bring sound into
>> their Mac? I just got the MSE-U33HB (cheap from Outpost)  which seems
>> to work well. I don't think I'm getting as hot a signal as I should.  
>> Is
>> the fader on the unit the only way to control input levels? The input
>> sliders in PeakLE and Sound Studio don't allow adjustments.
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>> --
>> --
> Jim
> the audio input level is for the mic input only, which is a mono  
> input. the RCA inputs are stereo and not adjustable - I have no  
> problems with drive using Amadeus II to record as i can adjust the  
> input levels there.
> frank farwell
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