Hi. Short and simple question hopefully!... I posted this in the SoundOnSound forum the other day and had no replies, so I'm hoping you guys can help ;p The Tascam FW-1884 has a hi-Z input for guitar and I've recently got in to the wonders of cab impulses. Anyway, I've plugged it in, all set-up, everything works great except knowing how to go about setting the input levels properly ie. balancing the Cubase input channel fader level with the trim control on the Tascam. If I leave the Cubase fader at 0dB the trim control can go up to a little over 1/4 and then the signal in Cubase shows as clipping, but of course I can turn down the fader channel and turn up the trim more. Will this give me a better sound to noise ratio? I've also noticed it doesn't seem very sensitive either, almost like there's a limiter or compressor on there. What I mean by this is if I set the input to a healthy amount just under clipping, I can hit the strings as hard as I can and it seems to limit the input to stop it clipping? Surely I don't want that... Any help or ideas please? Thanks.