- ELTIM Speakers
ELTIM Power Amplifiers
- Step 1: cabinet type
- Step 2: Current Stage mod.
- Step 3: Voltage Stage mod.
- Step 4: Power Supply mod.
- Step 5: Input/output mod.
- Step 6: Power enlargement
- Step 7: Voltage regulating
- Step 8: Protection module
- Step 9: Finishing
- Step 10: Burning in
- ELTIM Preamplifiers
- ELTIM Voltage Controlled Amplifiers
- ELTIM Buffer modules
- ELTIM Demo amplifier
Step 5: Input/output mod.
Our amplifier modules are working just by using any CS-module together with any VS-module. While using them so, you only need to connect the input- and speaker leads directly to the PCB connectors. The input signal needs to be a line (RCA) signal.
With our modular setup, we also had in mind that there should be the possibility of connecting a special PCB, where the RCA- and speaker connectors could be connected with just short and straight wires:
In this example you see the locations of the speaker terminals and a balanced XLR connector.
We have these modules available with a line input (without electronics) and a very good
performing balanced circuitry called InGenius by THAT Corp.
Due to their clever concept, this circuit is behaving as a very good transformer based input.
We have these modules available for CS-80, CS-120 and CS-165 modules, both with line input or balanced InGenius input.
NOTE: while using a balanced input, there ARE NO capacitors at all in the signal path!