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Old 11th May 2009, 01:38 AM   #1
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Default Please PAPA, PASS X0.2 volume control ?

Hi, PAPA
How do I use PASS X0.2 volume control without uC ?

Now I used 25KA 4 gang step attenuator before input stage and after input stage (2SK170 in paralleled section).

I used 10uF AEON instead of hard to obtian PANASONIC for my Coupling Cap.

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Old 11th May 2009, 09:33 AM   #2
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Anadigit, what do you expect?

That's a circuit not released to the public, do you really expect a public reponse? If I was you, I would at least show respect and do not discuss that in public.

If you want to learn Microprocessor-programming I can recommend to get the Atmel Dragon kit, available from Digikey.

Have fun, Hannes
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Anadigit, what do you expect?

That's a circuit not released to the public, do you really expect a public reponse? If I was you, I would at least show respect and do not discuss that in public.

If you want to learn Microprocessor-programming I can recommend to get the Atmel Dragon kit, available from Digikey.

Have fun, Hannes
So many thanks H-A
I'll go to that link and stop my discuss now !

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Default Re: Please PAPA, PASS X0.2 volume control ?

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How do I use PASS X0.2 volume control without uC ?
Practically speaking, you don't. As the patent application on this has not
been abandoned, it's still a trade secret, and will probably remain so.

I recommend that you use relays as shunt elements.

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