Tag «Tone Control»

53 dB Stereo Preamp for Tape or Phonographs

With the circuit shown in the following schematic diagram, both channels of this stereo preamp is constructed using¬† RCA CA3052 quad AC amplifier.¬† this pre-amplifier circuit is featured with tone control (bass – treble). Make a similar circuit to complete the other channel, since the circuit for left and right channel are similar. To be …

Single Op-Amp 3 Band Equalizer circuit

This is a 3 Band Equalizer circuit. This circuit is made to control the treble, middle and bass range. This circuit uses a single op-amp. With single op-amp we can build equalizer which has three ranges, high frequency, mid frequency, and low frequency. Here is the schematic diagram of the circuit: This circuit has a …

Big Muff Distortion Pedal Tone Control

Below is a classic tone stack from the Big Muff distortion pedal. Basically, it’s a pair of filters whose output is combined through the 100k mix pot. The 39k/.01 filter attenuates the highs and only passes low frequency. But, the 3900pF/22k filter does the opposite. This filter passes the high frequency and filters out the …

TDA1524A Voltage Controlled Tone and Volume Control

The device below is built as an active stereo-tone/volume control for TV receivers, car radios and mains-fed equipment. The device below has function for bass and treble control, volume control with built-in contour (can be switched off) and balance. We can control all these function using dc voltages or by single linear potentiometers. This device …

Passive Treble Control for Guitar Pedal

The R1/C1 network makes a low pass filter when the wiper is at the grounded end of the tone pot, and there is a treble cut. The C1 cap bypasses R2 when the wiper is adjusted so that it is at the top end of the pot and it creates a treble boost. The 100k …

Digital Control for Tone, Volume, and Balance

Try to imagine the possibilities to integrate full audio tone, balance, and volume control into your multimedia computer product, and you integrate it without having to resort to any manual knobs. Naturally we could integrate it with a bunch of DACs all running under microprocessor control, but what happens if the processor has had a …

Low Cost High Level Preamp and Tone Control Circuit

For the best advantage as a low noise high input impedance device, the preamp and tone control uses JFET. If the circuit reaches harmonic distortion levels of less than 0.05% with a S/N ratio of over 85 dB, all device parameters are non-critical. 18 dB of cut and boost is allowed by the tone controls. …