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Old 18th February 2010, 04:32 PM   #11
roymail is offline roymail  United States
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Goldpoint Mini-V stereo stepped is essentially the same as the DACT CT2 but easier to use with the labeled solder holes instead of pins. I use a 20K in a project box and it works great. Highly recommended.

For an assembled passive volume control of good quality, take a look at Richard Lee Audio. High quality shunt to ground design using Caddock resistors.

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