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If you simply connect two or more audio sources to the same input of an amplifier, you can t expect good results. Different signal sources (such as a microphone, tape deck, FM tuner, and CD player) are likely to have different impedances. When connected
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31-6 Methods of tone control. At A, a single potentiometer provides continuous bass-to-treble adjustment. At B, two potentiometers allow more precise adjustment.
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B together, the impedances are connected in parallel. This will cause impedance mismatches for most or all of the sources, as well as at the amplifier input. The result will be degradation of system efficiency and poor overall performance. Another problem is that the signal amplitudes from various sources almost always differ, sometimes greatly. A microphone produces minuscule audio-frequency currents, whereas some tape decks produce enough power to drive a pair of small loudspeakers. Connecting both of these together will cause the microphone signal to be obliterated by the signal from the tape deck. The tape deck audio might damage the microphone, because the microphone is directly connected across the tape deck output. An audio mixer eliminates both of these problems. First, it isolates the inputs from each other, so there is no impedance mismatch or competition among the sources. Second, the gain at each input can be varied independently. This allows adjustment of amplitudes so the signals blend in the desired ratio. The microphone input gain, for example, could be set much higher than the tape-deck input gain so that the signals from both would come out at equal intensity.
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Other components 595 Sophisticated mixers have exotic features, such as echo effects, frequency-response filters, and multiple graphic equalizers. Some mixers have an automatic level control (ALC) that can be switched in to prevent exceptionally loud sound peaks from causing distortion. Some units have VU meters for each input and/or for the output in each stereo channel.
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Graphic equalizer
A graphic equalizer is a device for adjusting the relative loudness of audio signals at various frequencies. It allows tailoring of the amplitude-versus-frequency output of hi-fi sound equipment. Equalizers are used in recording studios and by serious hi-fi stereo enthusiasts. In a graphic equalizer, there are several independent tone controls, each one affecting a different part of the audible spectrum. The controls are slide potentiometers with calibrated scales. Each potentiometer controls the gain within a certain portion of the spectrum. The slides move up and down, or, in some cases, left to right. When the potentiometers are set so that the slides are all at the same level, the audio output or response is flat, that is, no particular range is amplified or attenuated with respect to the whole AF spectrum. By moving any one of the controls, the user can adjust the gain within a certain frequency range without affecting the gain outside that range. The positions of the controls on the front panel provide an intuitive graph of the output or response curve. Figure 31-7 is a block diagram of a graphic equalizer with seven controls. (Many equalizers have more than seven sections.) In this hypothetical example, the input is fed to an audio splitter that breaks the signal into seven paths of equal and independent impedance and prevents interaction among the circuits. The seven signals are fed to audio attenuators, also called bandstop filters, each filter having its own gain control. The center frequencies of the attenuators in this example are at 30, 100, 300, and 900 Hz
30-Hz filter 100-Hz filter 300-Hz filter Splitter 900-Hz filter 2.5-kHz filter 7-kHz filter Input 18-kHz filter
31-7 A graphic equalizer consists of a splitter, several audio bandstop filters, several gain controls (potentiometers), and a combiner.
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