[Lab] "listening" to high volume using an electret microphone
justin at slootsky.org
Tue May 6 10:13:55 EDT 2014
Yes, at the 40db setting, it still drives too high. Maybe I should just put a pot on the output and see how that goes.
----- Original Message -----
| From: "greg atcheson" <greg.atcheson at gmail.com>
| To: "Justin Slootsky" <justin at slootsky.org>
| Cc: "lab" <lab at artengine.ca>
| Sent: Tuesday, May 6, 2014 9:46:27 AM
| Subject: Re: [Lab] "listening" to high volume using an electret microphone
| Have you tried using the other lower-gain setting jumpers mentioned in the
| link? If it was a standard opamp I'd say put a potentiometer in for the gain
| and you can adjust it.
| On May 6, 2014 8:10 AM, "Justin" < justin at slootsky.org > wrote:
| | I'm working on a "light organ" type project, and I tried this
| | http://adafru.it/1713 and it worked great until I got to high home stereo
| | volume, then everything was maxed out. Since my target environment is an
| | indoor concert venue, I need to use something with less amplification.
| | I have a bare electret microphone, but I'm having trouble finding
| | information
| | on how to use it in a high volume environment.
| | Does anyone have any links or suggestions?
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