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Old 23rd March 2014, 11:53 AM   #1
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Default AKAI S3200XL unbal to balanced outputs with VT24499

I'm owner of a sampler S3200XL and I've read in the user manual
that the 8 separate outputs are unbalanced and have separated signal ground.

For live performance, I want to balanced them with
8 Carnhill transformers VT24499 ( http://oi37.tinypic.com/10qigwy.jpg ).
My problem is I can't find any schem nor service manual for the AKAI S 3200 XL.

Have no info about outputs impedance and what kind of out opamps are used.
Will it work with these xformers ?

Thanks in advance if anyone can give me some help
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