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Old 16th January 2011, 07:26 PM   #1
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I am going for the Audiosector alternative as an integrated amplifier.
It will be a crude thing mounted in a very old steel fuse box (wall mounted). I would like to have an ampere meter above the Russian 35-step switched attenuator with a large gray knob. The thing with the attenuator is that it has only one contact per channel, forcing me to connect the resistors in serial. Would you recommend I used it for this amp?
Also, actually getting the steps right (70 dB gain = 2 dB per step) I guess could be a challenge in the right quality resistors. Has anyone tried this?
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