I hope this is the right forum, I saw hardware and went for it.... Hi guys! Im a newbie here, and a self taught tinkerer of musical equipment.. I read a post here today about headroom being a big factor involved in determining the quality of a preamp. This got me thinking.. In the world of 24 bit digital, where you only have roughly 16,777,216 individual volume levels over a span of a certain reference voltage, is there a point where you can "over-do" the headroom figure? I guess what I am trying to ask is, if you work in the digital domain, is there a ceiling value for headroom you can hit before it stops making a difference? Or is this just a really simple matter of after you hit the ceiling you are saturating the A/D and it sucks anyways? Or am i just completely lost in general. Ha! Sorry for the funky question, Thanks!