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Old 23rd November 2004, 02:25 PM   #1
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Default 6-channel balance and fader

Hi,
I'm currently building a 6-channel preamp and want to implement a balance between Front-left and Front-right (not including the centre channel) and a fader between front left/right and back left/right. Does anyone have a schematic on how I could do this with standard value pots?

Has anybody else done this? I also have a 6poleDT pushbutton switch and would like to be able to bypass the fader and balance contols, how would I connect it.

Finally for the 6-gang pot, is it best to buy 100K and use 10K single balance and 10K double balance, or would I have to get a 20K 6-gang and use 50K balance controls (I am very confused how balance controls work )
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