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Old 8th December 2017, 01:36 PM   #4171
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Have fun with the pot - is that legal? Let us know how well it works. You'll end up having 2 volume controls on the outputs, right? The 6-gang, then the volume on the amps themselves.
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I'll be using 4 gangs for the time being with my WAW set up. I'm planning to use just one volume control but may have to attenuate further, what do you suggest?
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Details of the 6 volume chip here HTTP 301 This page has been moved
Thanks for link to chip data sheet. Not a word about distortion.

But I am curious about the how well these devices pan out when implemented. Seems there are a whole bunch of similar (identical?) devices out there.

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Can anybody offer some further guidance on buying an electronic ganged 6-channel volume control?

I couldn't be much happier than with my SPDIF coax to Input A and a multi-gang pot output control.

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I'm planning to use just one volume control but may have to attenuate further, what do you suggest?
You'd want your amps to have their overall gain set fairly low, I would think. That gives you a better range on the 4-6 gang pot. Have you read the article on gain structure? It could help you understand how to set up things.
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Yes, I'm aware of gain structure, I don't use a preamp. I'm probably going to need to connect individual pots after the ganged pots on the amp inputs, is there a prefered way to do this? The ganged pot is 10k log, would similar value afterwards be ok, the amp's input impedance is 22k?
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