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Subject: Re: Help needed with audio mute circuit
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NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 20 Sep 2002 16:05:15 EDT
Organization: Prodigy Internet http://www.prodigy.com
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 2002 20:05:15 GMT
> Yes. Several European audio products simply connect a small-signal
> transistor across the signal, downstream of a 1 k resistor if the signal
> source is low-impedance, and feed a few hundred microamps into the base
> to turn the audio off. There is very little non-linearity introduced
> when the transistor is 'off'.
Can you please clarify this for me. What do you mean by across the
signal? Do you mean tie the collector to the signal and emitter to GND,
and pump the base to shunt the output to GND to mute the output stage?
or do you mean in series with the output and the load? That case it would
be output connected to the base and emitter to load?
still fuzzing around.....
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