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    Quote: ivan
    Oh so you are saying, it is dead?
    No, he's saying the input level is the same level as the output. I usually hear it called "unity gain", meaning any situation where there is no increase or decrease in gain through a component.
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    union is just another way of saying "the same level as it is when it comes into this component for processing", or the addition and subtraction of 0 decibels of level. If you have a potentiometer labeled from -oo to +10, the "0" is Union (and is sometimes labeled with a U instead of a 0), if you have a potentiometer labeled 0 to 10, its likely unioned at 5 (or straight-up for cylindrical pots)

    (Dave is right... didn't see that post when I replied)
    Last edited by tonsofpcs; 8th Jan 2008 at 08:02. Reason: saw dave's post
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