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Old 21st April 2013, 05:34 PM   #11
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If you want something other than the average of the two channels, scaled by some constant, then you need to do something far more sophisticated.
Doh! You're right - there's no simple resistive Y that doesn't give a 3dB boost to signals common to both channels (over the 3dB summing of speakers in rooms). Thanks much for the lesson - I've been drifting along with an old saw from the Klipsch derived center channel days that's never been true.

It must have come from analogy to stereo panpotting practice, where a source panned center is reduced 3dB to each channel compared to its level panned fully left or right. From speakers this adds as not correlated, and all's well. But simple resistive mixers (apparently, now that you've made it clear) add to 6dB, 3dB hot. Simple panpots can mix correctly, but simple resistive Y's can't undo it. Very interesting.

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I just short the 2 channels together and it works fine for me.
Not ideal but you cant get less components than zero !
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Ended up taking my own advice again, ordered some of the S2M combiners today.

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I want to realise fade out effect in one channel of mixer,is it works?
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sorry,i try other storage
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I want to realise fade out effect in one channel of mixer,is it works?
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