Posts tagged with: potentiometer

Cleaning DACT Stepped Attenuator

Living in such humid country, then corrosion is always around. I hate it, frankly speaking. But no choice 😉 I try to ignore such corrosion (and throw away my ‘perfectionist’ habit), but when it comes to my DACT Stepped Attenuator,...
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Demystifying Asus Xonar Essence One Potentiometer (Volume Control)

Asus Xonar Essence One uses a ribbon cable to connect the stage before the final buffer output to potentiometer then brings back the attenuated signal back to the buffer output stage. This is no where a best approach, as the...
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New Year’s Challenge Continues [Marantz PM400AVK Modification]

After the Part I has been done, now I continue to the Part II. On this 2nd part, I will see what’s wrong with the Marantz PM400AVK. Simple testing method is to try it on other speaker. Initial diagnosis is...
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Digital Volume Control

I’m thinking of a digital volume control, instead of passive one (with potentiometer or stepped attenuator). Hmm… Searching around the net, I found some IC from Maxim. I grabbed some (with different packaging and functionality). Now I need to think...
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