[silent:arts] said:Your 2503 is the output transformer, right?
Needs to be wired 3:1, not 1:3.
My sb4000 is stereo matchedTillM said:That’s analog.
If you want totally stereo matching, then unfortunately you have to use plugins.
My guess is that you won't get the required accuracy by modding the device. Try Ian's "Neve Trick":take a 1k variable trimmer and put the hot leg of the 600 ohm transformer secondary to pin 1 of the trimmer, take the "wiper" or pin 2 as output and connect the TX 600 ohm secondary cold leg to pin 3. Do that on both L and R and set the trimmer to match gain.dagoose said:I still love my d-aoc, use it pretty much everyday. There is one things which has bothered me for some time, the left channel is 0.2dB louder (yes, I know it's nitpicking, but so is mastering by nature). So I was thinking of adding trimmers so that I can calibrate things a bit more precise. What would be a good place to do the actual trimming? I was thinking of using a 10k multitrim in place of R102 (8k2 resistor) which is on in the input. Or a 100k trimmer instead of R115.
What would you do? Or did anyone tried this already?