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Old 31st October 2005, 12:05 PM   #1
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Default DACT CT-2 stereo & Balanced Attenuators

Up for sale today is one of the best Attenuators available. I have a few extra Stereo ($135)and Balanced versions ($225) that I have no use for. These are new and never used. The CT2 Audio Volume Controls are high quality stepped 24-position attenuators. They were designed for maximum sonic quality, accuracy and reliability. This makes them equally suited for audiophile applications and for professional applications. Their series resistor networks consist of 23 non-inductive, low noise, SMD metal film resistors. The layout of the PC Boards and the choice of SMD resistors have reduced the signal path to a minimum length (typical five times shorter than conventional stepped attenuator designs with leaded resistors). The PCB design combined with the special resistors also account for the very low series inductance and the very low stray capacitance. The result is a bandwidth beyond even the most demanding audiophiles requirements.
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There has been special care taken to ensure the durability of the CT2. Therefore, all contacts and PCB traces are gold plated to prevent any corrosion. As a result, the CT2 will maintain its specifications after long time of use even in hot and humid environments. The rotary switch itself is a gold plated high precision switch manufactured in Switzerland<p> Buyer is to pay shipping charges.
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Old 31st October 2005, 12:32 PM   #2
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10k definetly available. I may have 50k also but wont know until I am done with the project.
I'm in North Carolina.
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