How to convert balanced +4 dBu to guitar pedal input?

syn

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How to convert balanced +4 dBu to guitar pedal input and back to +4 dBu
balanced out?

Thanks :grin:
 

rafafredd

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a simple resistive array should do it. A pad, with a hi impedance output. Say 10k output impedance and 20db attenuation. Wouldn´t be difficult calculating one of those. try searching for attenuators and pads...
 

rascalseven

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Build yourself a 'reamp' type circuit (check the Jensen website for a good schematic), which will convert eh +4 balanced signal to 1/4" unbalanced for the pedal, then run the output of the pedal back through a DI into a mic preamp.

Not the sexiest "all-in-one-box" kind of thing, but it works great and allows for lots of user variables.

JC
 

tony dB

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Super design, ads a nice color. I use them on every session. Thanks NYDave :thumb:
 
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Asked the same question here

http://www.groupdiy.com/index.php?topic=13263&highlight=reamp
 
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