- Sep 13, 2012
On Aune S6 spec page it says it has 3.6V "true" balanced XLR line-out.Yes your right. In the end your amp is putting out the power. But not sure how this works.. how can an amp make a real balanced output when is only fed by 1 signal.
So its flipping the signal over de second hot before the amplification or after amplification.
So lets say output of the Aune s6 pro is 2 volt. It wil always give 2 volts to RCA. But when you need to feed an extra hot as in xlr. Voltage can drop or the amperage. In both situations, you lose output watt. Means you S7 pro has less wat to amply, so less volume.
Does this make sense?
**edit** my point of not being real balanced
To previous poster your 2V or more single ended input might be doubled to 4+V with a single ended to balanced circuit which could explain the lower volume compared to the 3.6Vrms of the Aune S6 balanced output.
Does that make sense?