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|8th February 2010, 11:10 PM||#1|
Need help with PIC switch
Most DIYers come across interesting componants schematics ect and say "oh i could use that in my circuit" until they reach the point where either
A) it isnt compatible
B) the knowledge needed to apply the designs simply doesnt exist or have the potential to inside the DIYers head.
I've recently found myself in situation B.
I'm still in the design process of my preamp and since i kept my amp simple (no controls or attenuators) everything must be done in the preamp.
Now I know what im needing is easily available but for a bit of $$ which is rather sad because using the PIC seems a much more advanced option to sadly be cheaper.
The DSP circuit im adding needs a ganged switch im not sure what the pole/throw description is but i can tell you this,
it has an input that needs to be connected between 3 different output paths (and ofc needs to be ganged)
the next switch i guess you would call a single pole 6 throw?
its one source to 6 (non ganged)
My problem is.. as many times as ive tried to pick up programming i have absolutely fallen flat on my face.
If someone could write this code or give me examples of similar code it would be much appreciated.
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