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Leveling line signals to power amp
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Old 29th October 2013, 07:53 AM   #21
jimminy is offline jimminy  United States
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I must have missed Ranmaus' second reply somehow, #16 response. That is the direction that makes most sense to me, though I admit to being pretty over me head when it comes to designing something like this.

I did a little experiment with a transformer rig found here and I can say it was a pretty big help, though incredibly, still didn't do much for my TV. That thing must put out a really terrible signal, and I'm a little annoyed there's no other way besides HDMI to output audio.

So I guess I'm back to some kind of preamp that can cut or balance the other devices.

I am surprised how complicated this is.
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