Swamp eNewsletter - November 2013
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Latest Blog Posts
Line Level Signals Explained
A line level signal is the standard audio signal level used for interconnecting different pieces of audio equipment. Line inputs are commonly found on mixing desks, usually under an XLR mic inputs, and the outputs of a mixer are always Line Level, ready to connect to the next piece of equipment in the signal chain (amplifier or processing device).
Consumer line level is rated at -10 dBV with most devices featuring this specification, though some pro level equipment will feature +4 dBu line level signals. You can interconnect between the two standards, but it is best to match the line in and out to each other if possible. Read More
Why does a guitar output a high impedance or Hi-Z signal?
|A guitar signal is unique because it passes direct from instrument to the amplifier without any pre-amplification. Fluctuations in the 'signal voltage' are used to represent the actual audio, and for this reason the H-Z (high impedance) signal type has 10,000 ohm outputs and 1M ohm inputs, which are designed to facilitate the maximisation of signal voltage. Cables under 15m in length are suggest to protect against high frequency loss and capacitance. Read More
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