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bruno.ferren [4.3.3 Power attenuation]
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bruno.ferren [4.3.3 Power attenuation]
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 The ATT output provides a -20dB attenuation. Just plug a speaker cabinet in the ATT output (use a standard speaker cable for this connection),​ and crank up your amp while keeping a manageable volume. The ATT output provides a -20dB attenuation. Just plug a speaker cabinet in the ATT output (use a standard speaker cable for this connection),​ and crank up your amp while keeping a manageable volume.
  
-The speaker cabinet plugged in the ATT output can have a different impedance than the amp. However, this will lead to changing the attenuation ratio, which may vary from the designed -20dB.+The speaker cabinet plugged in the ATT output can have a different impedance than the amp. However, this will lead to changing the attenuation ratio, which may vary from the designed -20dB. Using a speaker cabinet with a higher impedance (for example a 16 ohms cabinet on a 8 ohms Captor) will lead to less attenuation (approximately -15dB). Using a speaker cabinet with a lower impedance (for example a 4 ohms cabinet on a 8 ohms Captor) will lead to more attenuation (approximately -25dB).
  
 You can use both the THRU and ATT outputs at the same time, but the speaker at the ATT output will be much quieter, so it doesn'​t seem very useful. You can use both the THRU and ATT outputs at the same time, but the speaker at the ATT output will be much quieter, so it doesn'​t seem very useful.
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