This is a weird question to ask…
but I know the config #define VOLUME for the proffie board dictates volume to the speaker and drives the signal to that speaker.
but what if one wanted to pass the proffie audio signal to something else (bypass the speaker completely), and not drive that signal so hot to the new device that isnt a speaker. Is there a preferred or optimal define volume setting that is a flat line level (not amplified)?
To give more clarity, what im doing is hardwiring a saber to a TRS/mic cable, so i can plug the saber directly to a recording interface, and im using what WAS the speaker connections (hot/ground) and thats wired to the new cable i made. The only issue im having, is that the signal coming out of the proffie board is so darn HOT, its driving the audio interface like crazy and clipping the audio signal so much. I tired lowering the #define VOLUME in the config to lessen the signal gain, but im afraid its still a bit too hot.
Is there a prefered #define VOLUME setting that acts like a (non-amplified) normal line level signal?