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Apogee Duet

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I've recently bought a duet, and have a query about the settings.

When i mute the speaker output to use headphones whilst recording, if i change the level of the headphones, when i switch back to the monitors, the output volume of them has changed.

Is there a way of setting the muted headphone volume separately than the output monitor volume?!

any suggestion will be appreciated.

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