This is actually normal behavior. It's is a tradeoff of using an analog potentiometer for the N22. Analog potentiometers are tactile, and don't require a microprocessor like a digital encoder would, but they sometimes do have some volume imbalance at lower levels. An easy solution for this is to raise the volume of your N22, and lower the volume at your source device.
Articles in this section
- Can I leave the N22 power on all the time?
- What type of speakers work best with the N22 amplifier?
- Can I take my Audioengine N22 to another country with a different voltage?
- If I plug in headphones will the N22 mute my music playing through the speakers?
- Why is one of my speakers louder than the other while using the N22 at lower volumes?
- Will my low impedance (low Z) Grado headphones work with N22?
- Can I increase the length or change the speaker wire between the N22 and each speaker?
- Can I connect a subwoofer to the N22?
- Is it possible to use the N22 amp to power the rear channels of my surround system?
- Is it OK to remove the stand attached to the N22 and place the amp on it's side?