What db down for recording to Tascam? 2019-10-15 20:23:28 I'm recording high quality analog in, into to a TASCAM DR-100 Mark III. I am (always) concerned about exceeding maximum db in, which could cause distortion.And so, I carefully watch the L R channels, monitoring the db levels, and as a precaution I have the LIMITER switch on the front of the recorder set to ON.. I selected Input sensitivity to 12 (it could have been lower, not much higher), and adjust the input so that it never goes above zero. Being a cautious sort, I keep the input in well below where it would approach zero, in amplitude peaks, and so it ranges (for most music) somewhere, on average, between peaks of -9 db down (though for classical its much more variable, and so I decrease the sensitivity, somewhat) to below that.I've read that this is a good unit for recording, so I'm not too concerned that I am not approaching zero. I've listened to classical, and it seems that even when it's -30 or even further down, I'm still hearing it fine, way above any discernible noise floor.Is there anything, in my ignorance, that I should be doing differently to maximize the quality of my recording?Thank you.