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Sound card used as power supply

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smitchell82

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Hi,

Im wondering if there is anyway to set up a sound card so that it will act as a signal generator/power supply (DC).

what is the usual (p-p)V output of a soundcard when playing audio?

Is there any software floating around that can do this, or is it possible to re-program a sound card to do it?

thanks.

Sam
 

seeker

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Hi smitchell82,

Here is one free example of tone generator software:
http://www.world-voices.com/software/nchtone.html

I think the line level output on most sound cards is about 2 volt p-p.

As far as using it for a power supply ???? They only output about .25 watts per channel so.......

Hope this helps a little, Tony
 
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