Tyler H.

Member Since: March 11, 2013

Country: United States

  • Already bought a few of them and am thinking of getting more. Before I do, though, I have a question.

    I read the Hookup Guide for this product (which is excellent, btw), and I understand that to increase the gain, you remove the R3 resistor and add a resistor to R17. Starting with 100K and up to 1Meg, the larger the resistor, the higher the gain. Cool!

    But what if I want to be able to adjust the gain without having to re-solder? Is it possible to use a potentiometer (rheostat?) instead of a through-hole resistor so that I could have a knob that adjusts the gain of the microphone?

    Basically, I'd like to avoid adding something that forces me to have fixed gain and figured a variable resistor could do the trick. Am I on the right track here? Any confirmation and/or additional suggestions would be great.

    Thank you!

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