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Old 3rd November 2004, 03:34 PM   #1
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Default Lm1036 Basic input questions

I plan to use an LM1036 for tone control in my first amp, and I am looking at the input signal ratings and it looks like a voltage divider is in order. Is there a way around this? I hate to divide the input signal just to amplify it later.

Since i preatty much have to use a divider network, what I need to know is, would it be better to use smaller resisitors ie... <10K or larger ones for the divider? As long as i have the proper ratio, i get the right voltage i know. But i have never built one of these for audio before so i am sure that everything matters!

I also see where this chip is basically just unity gain. so the rough output voltage that will be feeding the power amp will equal the input, right?
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