I've heard different opinions on this website about the db indicators on the level controls (ie. -1db, -3db, -6db, -10db) and what they mean. I've always assumed that they mean what they say. That is to say, if your amp is 400 watts per side, and you crank the attenuator, your signal lights the indicator up to 0db, and you get 400 watts. If you turn the attenuator to -3db, and your signal lights the aforementioned indicators to 0db, you get 200 watts. Am I right or am I missing something? Please feel free to chime to in and verify or destroy my reasoning herein.