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Old 12th January 2007, 11:47 AM   #1
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Default Linkwitz TXFM distorts

Hi all,

I have Rods Input mixer connected to a 24db lowpass xover and fed to the Linkwitz Transform. The mixer and crossover work fine, but when I pass the signal through the transform, the signal is somewhat distorted. The gain on the amplifier is cranked up,the Loudness circuit on and bass turned up( I know It shouldn't be) and it seems clearer. I had to use an NE5534AN instead of a TLO71, but pin out is identical. Oh and I can only drive the circuit with the headphone out on my PC speakers????

Any ideas, anybody, please.

Cheers mikee55

Update: Just took signal straight of the back of a DVD player and its distortion is realy loud now. Seems like an Impedance issue.
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