In Reply to: Be aware of possible gain issues. posted by Tony Lauck on May 9, 2012 at 13:09:58:
Can you please explain how is it possible to get gain by connecting RCA to XLR? I thought 2V IN can have a MAX of 2V OUT. I would love to get gain, because I use a passive TVC.
Here is my situation:
My CDP gives out 2V. This feeds to the TVC. The TVC has RXC as well as XLR out. But I connect to the amp using RCA. The sensitivity of the amp is 1V for full power. Will I get a gain by connecting the XLR of the TVC to the XLR of the amp?
My TVC is Promitheus Reference C-Core and amp is the Parasound A21.
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Topic - Need RCA - to - XLR - Advice - erik 05:10:54 05/09/12 (16)
- RE: Need RCA - to - XLR - Advice - firstname.lastname@example.org 17:35:00 12/10/12 (0)
- RE: Need RCA - to - XLR - Advice - Dynobot 12:07:56 05/11/12 (0)
- RE: Need RCA - to - XLR - Advice - Lord Soth 07:17:45 05/11/12 (0)
- Thanks everybody! - erik 06:14:38 05/11/12 (0)
- RE: Need RCA - to - XLR - Advice - Cycler2 14:30:53 05/10/12 (0)
- RE: Need RCA - to - XLR - Advice - SgreenP@MSN.com 09:26:19 05/09/12 (10)
- RE: Need RCA - to - XLR - Advice - erik 10:19:23 05/09/12 (9)
- Be aware of possible gain issues. - Tony Lauck 13:09:58 05/09/12 (8)
- How is that possible? - milpai 13:54:01 05/16/12 (4)
- RE: How is that possible? - Tony Lauck 16:26:43 05/16/12 (3)
- RE: Be aware of possible gain issues. - roscoeiii 08:29:23 05/10/12 (1)
- Transformers are the best way to go... - mitch2 17:49:44 05/10/12 (0)
- Never thought of that... - erik 17:34:48 05/09/12 (0)