I have the volume all the way up to nine
And I'm on input two
And I'm speaking within about an inch of the microphone
And getting a meter reading of only about one


Now I have the microphone on, uh, I have the volume on five
And I have the microphone in input one
And I'm getting a reading of up as far as two
I'm going to turn it up now to seven and see what happens

Now, now I'm on seven
And I'm getting, I, I have the microphone about eight inches away
And it's going way up, I'm getting a very good response
I'm going to, uh, pause a minute and try the microphone, oh, about, uh
Uh, put the microphone down. Well, no, I can't do that.

I'm holding the microphone now, well, a good foot away
And I'm getting readings up, uh, as far as, well, five
And I have the volume set at seven
So, that seems to be a good response
On input one
With the little brown dot on the microphone down at fifty ohms in the lower position

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