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Old 16th July 2003, 09:08 PM   #1
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Question Analogue switches

Does anyone have experience with analogue switches like SMM2402 and SMM2404 from Analog Device?? Or others??

I intend you use these in my PATHFINDER preamp project (inspired by my now to heavily modified QUAD 34 preamp).
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SSM not SMM

They seems to be alright, quite high performning but I think that analog switches aren't very DIY'ish. If you feel like using them I'm convinced that they will do a good job but the pcb layout may be critical in order to really squeeze otu all possible performance. Careful datasheet and application note reading is recommended.

Not many have used them I gather. It's like asking people about SMD parts like I did before.

You must be a pro to know something about SMD.
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Thaks Peranders,
I know these are used in some studio equipment, and I like the idea of NO mechanical switches or relayes in the circuit path....
I won't call my self a pro in building audio, but I do have worked with and designed many circuits, e.g. 433mHz receivers and transmitters using SMD components...

Maybe these switches are to "hardcore" for normal diy's, however I will go for it.

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