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  • Unbalanced to balanced converter needed

    I am in desperate need to feed audio from tablet/phone/etc, which is unbalanced as far as I know, to an amplifier that takes balanced differential signal.
    I ordered JL CL-RLC (click for info), but came to sad realization that it might be exactly the opposite of what I need.

    Looking at some professional audio forums I found only professional grade converters that are not only bulky but require 120AC.

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    check the last page of my project.

    Burr Brown makes a chip that does it.

    Analog Device makes a chip that goes the other way

    http://www.analog.com/en/circuits-fr...CN0040/vc.html
    Last edited by heavymetals; 05-21-2014, 02:20 AM.
    link to my CTS-V project:

    http://www.mp3car.com/worklogs/153699-a-macd-v.html

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    • #3
      Originally posted by heavymetals View Post
      check the last page of my project.

      Burr Brown makes a chip that does it.

      Analog Device makes a chip that goes the other way

      http://www.analog.com/en/circuits-fr...CN0040/vc.html
      Thank you for the link.

      Here is what might seem a dumb question. What happens if unbalanced signal is sent to balanced input?
      I understand that with balanced signals, the are two signal wires (+/-) which are then differentiated to avoid any kind of noise.
      Since with unbalanced signals, there is only voltage on one wire, how does amplifier process it?

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