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Old 13th May 2003, 01:25 PM   #11
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Just wondering where people have gotten the volume control extenders so that u don't have to have wire going all the way to the front of the case? Did you buy them or make them yourself?
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Old 13th May 2003, 02:28 PM   #12
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I'm using 1/4 brass rod from metal supplier and a piece of (1/4" inside diameter) plastic water pipe from Home Depot.
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Old 13th May 2003, 03:21 PM   #13
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Default U need a PCB to make it neat IMO.

So I make mind a double sided with ground plane. With 0805 chip resistor across the IC leads.

http://us.f1.yahoofs.com/users/583c3...QLQw.AMLs0ch7S[/IMG]

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Just wondering where people have gotten the volume control extenders so that u don't have to have wire going all the way to the front of the case? Did you buy them or make them yourself?
I make mine from aluminium rod and the 'inards' of a terminal block as can be seen in the picture HERE

I don't want to 'blow my own trumpet' but many questions of this type are answered on the Decibel Dungeon site.

You may find This section particularly interesting.
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nice and clean .. i like it

what sort of transformer are you using?

also (forgive my newbiness), what is the function of the ferrite coil between the earth and chassis ground?
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This is before it was in its chassis with lab equipment hooked up to it. So just imagine all those all those leads missing.
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I tried to make it neat and tidy...
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Peter Daniel,

Did you buy a milling machine? If Im not mistaken I can see end mill marks on one of your cuts.

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And you succeeded very well!
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Did you buy a milling machine? If Im not mistaken I can see end mill marks on one of your cuts.

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I didn't, but this was done by machine shop out of 3/4 x 2" bar.
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