balance settings function on amplifier

balance settings function on amplifier. Balance In the world of electronics, especially the balance amplifier in question is the balance between the audio issued by the left Loud speaker (L) and the right loud speaker (L)

So the balance adjustment function on the amplifier is to adjust the sound balance between L channel and R channel

balance settings function on amplifier

Most balance settings can be met on the amplifier type stereo while for the type of mono balance settings will not find

If my friend assembles an amplifier then you can add your own balance settings by using potentiometer either mono type potentiometer or stereo type

What is a potentiometer? Please read on the article how to install the correct potentiometer

To make the balance settings on your amplifier you can follow the steps below

Make balance adjustment on amplifier using mono potentiometer

the way this type of balance circuit works is when the potentiometer is turned left then the R or channel portion will be connected to ground so that the volume on channel R is at least or equal to zero

While channel L in maximum condition so that only signal L that will go into amplifier and cause loud speaker left which sounds while loud speaker right will die

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When the potentiometer is turned to the right then channel L will be connected to ground while channel R in maximum condition. This causes the left loud speaker to turn on and the right loud speaker is off

While the middle position then the two audio will live simultaneously but because both audio signals are equally connected to ground then the output power is only half

The point is getting shifted left loud speaker will be bigger while the right loud speaker will decrease and vice versa

From the above it can be concluded that wherever the potentiometer position balance is shifted the amount of power generated between L and R is the same

V out = V leff + V right

Make balance adjustments on the amplifier using a stereo potentiometer

for a series of balance settings on this type of amplifier a stereo-type potentiometer is used so that the two audio signals are arranged separately from each other

The stereo potentiometer is two mono potentiometers combined into one that can be arranged simultaneously

basically the workings of this type of balance settings is the same as setting the volume of the amplifier only one potentiometer is reversed so that the result will be different from other channels

Example

on the first potentiometer when rotated to the left then the output volume will decrease while when rotated to the right will the sound will enlarge

So on the second potentiometer arrangement made the opposite that when rotated to the left of the sound getting bigger and when rotated to the right then the sound is getting smaller