Does anyone know what the audio output voltage for Audigy 1394 is (I suppose it's the same for all of the Audigy I series)? I have bought a Hi-Fi amplifier with its inputs specified as 200mv sensitivity, so I don't want to overload it. When I connect a pair of headphones to the supposed line-out of the soundcard (the swapped front to rear output for that matter) the signal is loud enough for the headphones, so it is probably amplified internally. Here are my questions: 1. What exactly does 200mV input sensitivity on my Hi-Fi amp mean? Is it true that if I use signal which exceeds that voltage, it will cause distortions? 2. Is there a standard value for what is considered line-out signal level (for examples Hi-Fi CD players)? 3. How much is that output level for Audigy and is it bigger than the standard value? 4. If the answers for 2 and 3 are Yes, then is it true that Audigy uses internal amplifier which could eventually bring additional noise/distortions? 5. If yes, how can I set the main volume slider to a value which will be OK for my amplifier? Is there a way to determine what would be the output voltage at certain slider position and what is the optimal one? I am sorry if my questions are lame. Thank you in advance!