Quick background: I use this old 16 ch board to mainly record drums. Signal path into two Delta 1010's into my M-powered Protools setup. After reading the Soundcraft manual for insight in regard to some level issues, I learned that the ch send is factory set to -10db. The groups are +4, but they are not currently running into the 1010's due to not having another 1010. Well, my thinking is that I would have more headroom (and flexibility) if the ch sends were modded to +4. I'm not a pro when it comes to recording by any means... hey I'm a drummer :lol: Now that the laughing has died down... Are there any justifiable reasons why I shouldn't cut that resistor and make the ch sends +4? I mean, aren't most professional boards ch sends already +4? Everything in line will comply with the chg to +4 and there is no -10 gear being used. Your responses appreciated!