Posts tagged with: Stepped Attenuator

Grayhill Rotary Switch + Texas Components TX2575 Resistor = Ultimate Volume Control?

One thing that might have been my habit is I like to go with ultimate option. Not necessarily to be the most expensive, but more on the top quality and near perfection product. Unfortunately, most of top quality product is...
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Grayhill Rotary Switch as Stepped Attenuator

I have used several good brands of potentiometer. But once upon a time, I decided to stick with stepped attenuator. My first was DACT which using SMD resistor and configured in series. They were factory made, so just paid and...
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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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Cleaning Up DACT Stepped Attenuator

It comes upon a time when my DACT Stepped Attenuator needs a clean-up. Well, if you see below picture, the connectors are getting rusty. I could hear significant noise when changing the volume. Although some external cleaning spray has been...
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Passive Preamp with DACT Stepped Attenuator

I plan to separate my system volume control with dedicated passive preamp. Before, I planned to take one attenuator from Goldpoint but due to some reason, I changed my mind and took one from DACT. A stepped attenuator has advantage...
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