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Old 12th January 2007, 12:15 AM   #1
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Default question about multiple input transformer in same tube mic pre.

As some of you know I am currently modding a couple of Roberts/Akai mono block amps to become mic pres with balanced transformer I/O's.
I have a couple of vintage input transformers to choose from and each would give slight tonal variations. Is it acceptable to install both and install TRS jacks to give me the possibility to select between the transformers by utilizing balanced patch cables, providing I use either twisted pair or shield wire to make the internal connections? Will the sound be degraded in any way or will I be increasing the possibliity for introduction of interference with the addidtion interface?
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