Gizmologist & SAM64
I sure appreciate your help today; I knew a little before, I know a lot more now, from this discussion, my Audio Source is a Speaker Signal, and I basicically need a Line Signal to go to the FM Transmitter; this Voltage Divider using the Resistors turns that Speaker Signal into a Usable Line Signal for the Transmitter.Gizmologist:
Before I had a chance to read the last Post I had went to Radio Shack and decided to go the Resistor Route because of the simplicity and I had bought the 10K Resistors, they are cheap $1.20 for 5, I will get some 100K Resistors, do I still want 0.25Watt? do you agree with the following:
So to Clarify;
In my application, I would keep the dual leads/wires that I created coming from the Audio Source or what used to feed the enclosed Speaker. One set of leads or wires (Positive & Negative) would feed the remote Speaker through the Ear Phone Jack I have intalled; the other set of Wires(also, Positive & Negative) would feed through the Voltage Divider, attached first to the 'Speaker Out Side'; Positive to the SPEAKER OUT and Negative to the SPEAKER GND.
I would then run a wire from the 'LINE OUT' to the 'Ear Phone Jack Positve Terminal' and another wire from the LINE GND to the 'Ear Phone Jack Negative Terminal'; Plug in the FM Transmitter and both the Speaker and FM Transmitter should work!
Would this be correct? (except substitute R1 10K Resistor with a 100K resistor)SAM64
I went the Resistor Only Route because if I need to adjust any Output to the Transmitter, the Transmitter has an Input Level Adjuster, if it doesn't work, I can always switch out the resitors for a Potentiometer later.
Again, Thanks for all the help. Doug.