Mono to stereo? SOLVED

I have a little pre mixer for plugging electric guitars into before going in to the main amplifier. The mixer has a left mono input socket and a right mono input socket and two mono out puts. The question is : Leaving the out puts the same, is it possible to turn the two input sockets (left and Right ) into just one stereo socket?

by Gyro812
December 08, 2021

1 Answer

Answer by dharmapriyak

Yes it is possible. Just feed your guitar's signal input to both sockets. The only thing is as what I understood your pre mixture shall have two volume and tone controllers for each mono section. if so , you have to balance to tone control and volume levels equally.

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by dharmapriyak
December 14, 2021

Hi thankyou, The situation is that I want to replace one of the two mono in put sockets (left or right) , with a stereo socket and rewire to both channels so I have just the one stereo socket instead of two mono input sockets. Output would remain the same

by Gyro812
December 14, 2021

yes you can do it take two signal lines form each mono input and wire it to L and R pins of stereo socket, use a common signal ground from mono socket and wire it to stereo socket ground pin.

by dharmapriyak
December 14, 2021

Thankyou dharmapriyak

by Gyro812
December 14, 2021

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