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Old 28th September 2001, 08:30 PM   #1
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I work again on the PCB oh the Aleph P 1.7.
With the utility in DIY, I must make a lot of mod on it.
I wish to don't modify the audio singal path but, I can't no longer use an micro-controler for the source and volume control, a lot of solution will be more simple. With this I must modify the power unit :
I'm not sure that it is a good idea to block on the choice of the relays. Relays is a godd idea but we can make more efficient and cheaper.

If you have any suggestions, reply bottom here. So, I return on work. Oh, one thing, I'm accepted in engineering school in alternance in Pirelli Cable, Great Great ! !
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