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Old 27th April 2011, 08:02 AM   #1
EspenE is offline EspenE  Norway
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Default Wiring of input transformer

I have a simple newb question on the correct wiring of input transformer:

I have a single-ended input (RCA) amplifier that I wish to convert to balanced (XLR) input. I also wish to keep the RCA inputs, and use them when needed.

I plan to use Jensen JT-11P-1 transformers. What is the best way to wire this up?

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Old 27th April 2011, 08:42 AM   #2
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Default Suggested reading for creating balanced inputs

There is a nice article which thoroughly answers you question in the "articles" section of this web site. Here's the link.
Audio Component Grounding and Interconnection

Chapter 3 specifically addresses your question.

Good luck!
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