Microphone Voice-Over Circuit

Posted on Apr 12, 2012

In its simplest form, a voice-over unit is just a microphone and change-over switch feeding an amplifier, the output from the microphone having priority over the amplifiers audio signal when the `push-to-talk` switch is pressed. In this circuit, a preamplifier immediately follows the microphone and is designed to be used some distance away from the main amplifier. The changeover switch is nothing more than a relay with a single changeover contact. For completion, an amplifier based on the LM380 is shown. Three wires are needed to connect the remote microphone unit to the amplifier and switching unit.

Microphone Voice-Over Circuit
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With reference to the above schematic, the two BC109C transistors are used to make a microphone preamplifier. The left hand BC109C operates in common emitter mode, the right hand emitter follower. The combination form a high gain, low output impedance amp

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