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sorry by “hot” i meant the signal be too high a voltage for the amt-3000 input and causing clipping.
however this will not be the case because transformer is actually going to be used to go from balanced -> unbalanced so its gonna attenuate the signal. in my bench tests i was using it to go unbalanced -> balanced ( i dont have a balanced source to test with) and this is when it has gain.
here is the assembled box: http://i.imgur.com/SLyMA.jpg
i went with a TRS 1/4″ jack rather then xlr because i wanted to use as small an enclosure as possible. i really hope there will be room for this thing in the weatherproof box on my roof. right now it has the transmitter, the ac adapter, the power cable and the audio cable all squeezed in there and its almost full. would it be okay to have the power adapter in my studio and then run a long coaxial cable up to the roof rather than running a 110VAC power line up to the transmitter?