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Old 28th June 2002, 02:32 PM   #1
Brownlow is offline Brownlow
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I'm currently building ESP's Project 88. I am after some suggestions about a 5 i/p source selector. I have looked at some past threads but am a but confused as to which route to take.

1. Source selector made from SSM2404, I am aware I would need 3 of these chips, what is it like to implement the SSM2404.

2. Would a number of relays instead be a higher quality alternative, again, how tricky would this be?

I have also sourced a motorised Alps pot from 'All Electronics', as I would like this pre amp to be remote controlled.

As ever, I would appreciate some thoughts, any pitfalls that I should be aware of.


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