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hifi 27th January 2002 03:51 AM

Help! (with shunted volyme controll)
 
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How would this work?.... im not exactly sure on how to calculate when the last 4 relays are open ..?

R. McAnally 27th January 2002 06:55 AM

What the heck are you going to use so many relays for??

hifi 27th January 2002 09:11 AM

64 steps (volume controll) but some will give the same damping not a problem though since i will use a mcu to controll them

/micke

paulb 27th January 2002 02:59 PM

I'd use a spreadsheet to simulate it all. You could play with values for hours.
I'd put one leg of each relay to ground, make the wiring easier.
This looks like an unusual arrangement. Aren't there more conventional ways to do the same thing?

hifi 27th January 2002 11:06 PM

such as?.....

hugeli60 27th January 2002 11:59 PM

Try a Digital Pot!! BOth analog Devices and dallas semiconductor(now maxim IC) ave simple digital pots that have a simple up down interface.

www.analog.com
www.maxim-ic.com

paulb 28th January 2002 12:39 AM

hifi,
Search this site. I've seen threads about this topic. Search for volume control AND relay.
I believe there was one arrangement used in a Pass design. Also look for R-2R network - based designs.


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