Having worked hard and saved hard over the years, I decided to treat myself to a Cambridge Audio CXN network player, received yesterday. I like the CXN very much, other than its sound level via my Sansui AU-919 amplifier being too high. At normal (not soft, not loud) listening level the amp's volume control sits at around the -50db level on a scale which runs from -70db to 0db over a rotation of about 320 degrees. Ideally it would be at about -20db as it is for other inputs. Cambridge Audio gave a same-day response to my email about this, suggesting I try the digital pre-amp that's built into the CXN. This reduced the signal through the RCA outputs, but by too much. The sound level was now too low even with the volume control screwed round to its maximum. From one extreme to the other. Ideally, I'd fit an adjustable attenuating device to the relevant input on the amplifier, but that's probably one of my sillier ideas! Any suggestions, please?