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Old 9th September 2004, 04:00 AM   #1
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Question ALPS motor driven pot questions

I found this pot in a cheap sony amplifier, which I find kinda weird.

It is marked 676J 419M-50KBX2

It looks like the dual unit listed on this PDF as number 1 (third page).


Here is a picture of the unit:

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My problem is that Im not sure on the pinout, is it standard for all pots? 1 and 8 are not connected, but every other one is connected in some way. I would have thought 2 channels, so one is isolated from the other?

Maybe its something else...

Plus I dont really need it I either want a big 5 channel pot, or 5 seperate mono pots (50k).

So I would sell it if its worth anything.

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