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|This simple circuit mixes two or more channels into one channel (eg. stereo into mono). The circuit can mix as many or as few channels as you like and consumes very little power. The mixer is shown with two inputs, but you can add as many as you want by just duplicating the "sections" which are clearly visible on the schematic.|
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|Hello, can I feed the inputs of the mixer with synthetizer line out and also can I change the 9v to +15v? Do I have to canghe some value? Thanks|
|This circuit would not be ideal for guitars because the potentiometers will shunt the pickups, which defeats the object. A suitable design will have R1 and R3 replaced with fixed resistors 3Meg - 10Meg, the individual volume controls will need to be on the output of these input stages and then mixed into another stage, with the whole thing producing unity gain.|
|I just wanted to clarify. Me and my groupmates are trying to make a language laboratory so we need a 4-to-1 channel stereo mixers (which would mix four input from microphones) and a 1-to-4 audio splitters. about the possible noise or hum. is this good enough to produce very little hum? and do you have any idea for audio splitters?|
|can i use another transistor in place of 2N3819 Junction FET|
|Should the pot ideally be linear or logarithmic please?|
|If you build this for guitar, the input impedance as shown is too low. I recommend replacing R1 and R3 with 10M resistors (instead of pots).|
|Would the FET audio mixer be recommended for running a midi sampler and a guitar into the same guitar amplifier input?|
|we are currently doing a very similar project in our school but instead of 2 inputs, we have 4...hope it works...|
|Hey i was wondering if you put in more than 4 input sections would you need to put in a higer value R2/R4 because when all the pots are at zero there would be verry little resitance therefore shorting the FET For example If all the 10k pots are set a zero resitance to ground # of chans R2/R4 value 1 100 k ohm's 2 50 k ohm's 3 25 k ohm's 4 12.5 k ohm's And it goes on But as you can see. the restors in parallel rule defnetly comes into effect here So the question is do you have to put in a bigger restor to stop Q1 shorting I want to make shure befori go and build this Circuit Thanks|
|from where 2 inputs are caming from ?|
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