Pass Labs Int Amp: Volume Control Step


Hi All,

I am looking at Pass Labs Int Amp for my next upgrade, eyeing the Int-60. 

I notice for the volume control, per step change is 1dB. My concern of 1dB step is at +1dB it is too loud but at -1dB it is too soft.

Any current or past Pass Labs int amp users, wished that the 1dB step could be finer like 0.5dB? 

Thanks in advance.

Cheers
wyred
I had a Pass integrated and now have a Pass preamp. 

Never wished  for any finer steps on the volume control 
Me as well, wired- I am considering a PL integrated amp?
I notice for the volume control, per step change is 1dB. My concern of 1dB step is at +1dB it is too loud but at -1dB it is too soft.
By the time the sound waves travel thru your room to your listening position, you will be hearing less than 1dB gain when you move the volume control.
jafant: nice. which int amp you are considering?

zavato & lowrider57: Thanks for the replies.


Cheers
I have the Pass INT-60. It's a terrific amp and the stepped volume control is fine. Never a problem the volume interval being too big between numbers.
gcdrum,

nice! you are pairing the int-60 with which speakers?

cheers
Use to own int -150 ,vol control not an issues ,very small different in 1db.
use it to drive dynaudio C1,just my 2cent
Used ot own the INT-30A.  Also no problems with volume control.  Absolutely loved that amp, only sold it when I changed to high efficiency speakers.
Wyred
I have a new pair of Acoustic Zen Crescendo mkii.  Awesome combo with the Pass INT-60!
My combination is the same as gcdrum's.  I've never wished for finer control of volume.  According to many "experts" 1 dB is the "just noticeable difference" for volume anyway! (I know that's not totally true, but still...)