When I turn my DAC-2 off then turn it back on it always goes to volume setting 23. My DAC unit outputs too high of volume. | Wyred 4 Sound

When I turn my DAC-2 off then turn it back on it always goes to volume setting 23. My DAC unit outputs too high of volume.

The DAC units have the ability to adjust the maximum and minimum volume settings. When the DAC-2 is being used in your system the sound might not become audible until a setting well above 0. If your system produces no sound until a value of 15 is reached you can set the volume floor accordingly so that the unit starts at 15 eliminating the soundless gap. The unit is pre-set with a floor of 23 because most systems will not produce sound until somewhere around that value. The Max setting of the DAC-1 and DAC-2 can be limited to prevent over powering your system and damaging your components as well as provide optimal output so your pre-amp operates in a favorable range. The settings can be customized for each output independently. If you refer to the section entitled Volume Min/ Max Settings of the DAC-2 manual it will explain this feature in detail. The section entitled Max Volume Settings in the DAC-1 manual will explain the features function. The section titled Setup Menu in the manuals will explain how to activate the setup mode of the DAC units and show you a layout of the programming table so that you can customize their features.