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Old 1st May 2009, 09:44 PM   #1
frenchie29 is offline frenchie29  Canada
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Default XLR audio pad attenuator

I need to build dome audio pads with XLR connectors

I found that

I think the top right one would apply to an XLR connector.


Would that give me a -30db attenuation?

I get the wiring but not sure how to come up with the right value for the resistors.
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