Question about Panasonic Audio Players & Recorders
I'd like to add a second zone to my 5.1 surround sound system.
Therefore a stereo line out would be nice, so I can add a second amp and a couple of speakers. The scart on the SC-PT460 has audio-line out pins, but only the DVD/CD playback is routed to it. The FM radio, Optical in and AUX in are not passed to the scart when one of these sources is selected.
I want to find out where on the PCB the 2-channel line-level sound can be tapped. So far I found the location where the headphone jack is, but that signal is volume dependent, so I can't use it.
A service manual would be nice.
Any help or suggestions are much appreciated. greets from Belgium
If you're dabbling around the headphone jack you might follow it back to the volume control then locate the pre-amplified front channels and tap off of them there.
Posted on May 16, 2009
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