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Old 18th November 2009, 05:17 PM   #1
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Default B1 for attenuating 4 outputs....help

Would like to build a B1 so that I can attenuate 4 outputs, high-pass left, right and low-pass left, and right on the output side of a Marchand crossover.

Can I stack the B1 board, but use one pot to do this?

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If you have a 4 section pot you can.

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