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You could actually just 'guess' based on percentages/chance ;) Line level is very, very rarely run over balanced line, so the safe bet is that it's not balanced. For consumer-level equipment I'd reckon the percentage is going to be so close to 100 that you needn't worry. In this particular instance, I can add to this 'percentage/skill & judgement' call ...


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Both outputs are unbalanced. What the manual means is that if you insert a plug into only the L/L+R output, the result is a mono mix of the left and right channels ("L+R"). If you insert a plug into the R output, the unit disconnects the mix of of the right channel to the L/L+R output, and the two outputs are now "L" and "R"—...


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Yes, balanced outputs are scarce in digital pianos. They are typically available on advanced stage pianos (Kawai MP11SE, Roland RD2000…), but not with the Clavinova series.


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What changes (in sound terms) should I have to do (in any audio software after recording) to get better sound? There are no technical problems with your recording that need fixing. I'm afraid I'm the wrong person to ask about using Audacity effects as the only ones I need for my voice recordings are noise reduction and (level) normalization. You can ...


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