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skidave is offline skidave  United States
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Quick project...got sick of wires, adapters, BNC T's and so on all over my bench.

I used blue plastic new construction conduit boxes from Lowe's and 1/8 inch plastic. I got a bag of 10 banana posts from Amazon dirt cheap and the rest of the connectors were stock items. Built my sound card attenuator into the panel and the switch selects divide by 20, 50 or 100.

I mounted my 2 USB audio interfaces below using Velcro for easy removal.

I have two different speaker loads for high power and low power--this is why I have two panels. I need to label the panels and then it is complete. All in all, I have four 8 ohm loads that allow me to flex what load I need.

I thought about building in a 10:1 BNC port, but I decided not to at this point and continue to just my scope probes when 10:1 is needed.

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