fripholm said:It should work but the input signal would be 6 dB lower with the DOA (the website says it's a -6 dB receiver). You'll be getting slightly less compression/distortion that way.
I happen to have a spare PSU part ;D
Thanks for the reply!
Their page confused me a bit to be honest, it says that if it's balanced with a transformer wired 1:2 that will provide unity gain signal. Then later on it says the same setup will provide "+12dB of gain in relation to the card's input signal" so I'm not sure if they can both be right or not
Ah, thats not ideal then, I had thought that the 6dB drop was to account for the 2 signals being combined into one, and that was why people use the THAT1246 more often than the 1240 (I'm still learning! ;D)
I would definitely prefer to have the usual amount of compression & distortion (cos that's what we love about this compressor!) So would I be able to change some component values to account for the voltage drop? Maybe changing the value of R10? (Sorry, I'm still pretty new to this)
That would be great if I could get a PSU board too thanks. How much would it be for 1 board and the PSU?