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survivorsound wrote:
Tue May 19, 2020 11:52 am
Thanks Joe! Are you able to share the schematic, or otherwise recommend what you’d try in terms of signal path with the LM4562/LME49720 in there?
Yes just send me a email and I will send you a copy of the schematic. The LME49720 is just better at driving longer cable runs
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Re: Regurgitator kit Build Thread

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Driving an unbalanced load, do you leave pin 3 disconnected and the gain range shifts down by 6dB?

If pin 3 is grounded at the load (to keep the gain range the same), does it stress the inverting amp by forcing it to drive 51 ohms, or does that pressure get relieved through the gain trim somehow?

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survivorsound wrote:
Fri Sep 18, 2020 6:24 am
Driving an unbalanced load, do you leave pin 3 disconnected and the gain range shifts down by 6dB?

If pin 3 is grounded at the load (to keep the gain range the same), does it stress the inverting amp by forcing it to drive 51 ohms, or does that pressure get relieved through the gain trim somehow?
Yes leave pin 3 open as shorting it will just waste a lot of current for no reason. The opamp will current limit into the 51ohm which is fine but it will make more heat and stress on the opamp.
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