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Where can i get manual for radio shack SSM-8030 audio mixer?

How can I adjust the relative gain between Left and Right channels?

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    Greg Kendall May 10, 2014

    Unfortunately all the sliders, and gain controls take effect on both L and R channels. There are no external controls where I can adjust one channel. The problem is that a common signal applied to both L & R channels of any of the inputs has a 3db lower output on one channel. I would ideally like to get a circuit diagram to see if there are any internal channel gain adjustments.

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Does your audio-mixer have "pan" control on each input channel?
Pan the channel from "100%-left" to "100%-right".
What about the main output from the mixer?
Does it feed into a stereo-mixer?
Can you adjust the gain on either the left or right channel?

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