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Old 03-05-2011 , 18:41   What will be the output voltage?
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Someone good at this?
Mad mspaint skillz.

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Old 03-05-2011 , 18:57   Re: What will be the output voltage?
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If I remember something of my electronics classes, that circuit will explode.
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Old 03-05-2011 , 19:02   Re: What will be the output voltage?
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If I remember something of my electronics classes, that circuit will explode.
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Old 03-05-2011 , 19:34   Re: What will be the output voltage?
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Old 03-06-2011 , 03:10   Re: What will be the output voltage?
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None of those wires are connected to anything
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Old 03-06-2011 , 03:40   Re: What will be the output voltage?
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I am at the electronics collage, I can help you with that.

First of all you need to see what voltage the circuits need to run because they are different depending on the way they are made.

That is just a small drawing that in electronics does not have any meaning.

Also how long is the distance between the wireless transmitter and the amplifier? If it is short you can leave it that way, but if it is long (meaning bigger than 30 m) it would be a good idea to modulate the signal.

And what output voltage are you talking about? The wireless or the audio output?
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Old 03-06-2011 , 05:02   Re: What will be the output voltage?
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That does'nt seem right at all.
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Old 03-06-2011 , 08:34   Re: What will be the output voltage?
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The wires are ONLY to power the different things. This is not as hard as some of you may think.

What I want is 18V to drive the pickup and 9V to drive the transmitter. Would this work? Also the batteries should be drained equally.

(I actually want 1.5V for the transmitter, but 9V works for this example, the rest I can fix with regulators and/or (zener )diodes.)

Here are the components:
http://www.thomann.de/se/seymour_dun...kout_metal.htm
http://www.thomann.de/se/the_tbone_tws_16gt_863_mhz.htm



Actually after thinking for it a while, I'm pretty sure I would end up with 18V at both ends. I will attach an image to show you. The problem is I don't know this is the outcome for a fact.

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Old 03-06-2011 , 08:58   Re: What will be the output voltage?
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2x 9V = 18V

What a hard calculation.
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Old 03-06-2011 , 16:22   Re: What will be the output voltage?
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2x 9V = 18V

What a hard calculation.
Try reading again if you don't understand.
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