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PostPosted: 25 Dec 2008, 12:43 
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In front of the MyRef. I think I need to get a 10k dual pot. Tired of tuning two pots.
I still want to make a treble/mid/bass attenuator set so that will at some point be part of it as well.
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PostPosted: 26 Dec 2008, 14:05 
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Ri,

I took your advice, and E-Mailed Colin at Pass DIY.

I mailed him yesterday, got a reply today, will be sending him an order form,

He's set one aside for me.

I hope that I didn't jump ejfud in line.

I'd recommend he do what I did too...

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PostPosted: 26 Dec 2008, 16:32 
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Well if it was only one board it didnt really belong to anyone so I am glad you got it. It will be a quick solder job and probably listening in less than an hour.
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PostPosted: 26 Dec 2008, 20:50 
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All I need to do now is ...uhhh....build an enclosure, procure the few parts necessary, construct a power supply, obtain input and output hardware, decide on a volume control, build the "my ref" amp modules, along with the power supply.....Oh yeah, Keep Mr Murphy at bay while doing all the above.

Sure, no worries mate, I'll have it whipped up in a jiffy.

Yeah right!

Encouragement will be accepted at all times.

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PostPosted: 26 Dec 2008, 21:22 
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Well, maybe your "job well done" ends farther down the project chain than mine :)
Power supply can be two 9V batteries, a wall wart, a full blown power supply, a tap off of your MyRef supply if you regulate down or use Zeners, a tap off of the LM318 power supply would work to.
Finishing my case right now :)
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