I've made an HiFi Audio Switch by myself. I've created the Alu-Plates with a CAD-Software and they where produced by a CNC-Company. I have assembled everything at home.

I haven't gone the cheap way, it was the way with best Quality of optical and technical Specs. There was nothing to buy with this Quality.

I have done ist because i had Loudspeakers from Nubert with a ATM Tuning-Module which must be connected between the Signal and the Amplifier and my Amplifier had no PreOut and MainIn.

Step 1: The Building of the Switch in Pictures.

Pictures are telling more than 1.000 words.

Step 2: Switch Is Selled a Few Month Ago.

Now i have selled the Switch, i bought a new Amplifier and build in a MainOut which wasn't there from Factory.

<p>This was an Project from 2009. The actual Projects are better described.</p>
<p>It looks good :) If you add some written instructions and break the photos down into steps it will receive more attention from the community and be able to be featured on the site. <a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Create-a-Feature-Worthy-Instructable/" style="background-color: initial;">https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Create-a-Fe...</a></p>

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Bio: I'm a Technology-Freak from Germany. Hobbys are HiFi, Computers and my little Workshop. Actually my Projects are Raspberry-based.
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