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Paco 20th August 2003 08:40 AM

Wiring a preamplifier
 
Hello,
I've just finished a preamplifier using parts from White Noise Audio and DACT and I have a doubt regarding the wiring.
I have a channel selector with individual signal and ground conections for each chanel. I have a stepped atenuator in "double-mono" configuration for the stereo (that mean that each chanel has his own signal imput, signal output and ground). Taking everything toguether, I have an individual circuit for every channel that doesn't share the ground with the other... how should I wire the preamp, with every channel using his individual circuit or should I conect all the ground toghether in an eartring?
TIA.

Nay9 21st August 2003 11:55 PM

RE: Wiring a preamplifier
 
This site might help you.

http://www.users.bigpond.com/aagreen/

Have a look at the High Performance Passive Linestage.


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