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Passive Audio Mixer w/ Channel Volume Control
Hi, many thanks for your project. It would be possible to invert the flow in it to have 1 input to multiple output? Thanks again, Andrea
ok so I'm going to do a 3 channel I have 4 pot's I'd like to use one as a master volume for all 3 inputsmy question is do I put my resistors before the last potentiometer which will act as a mains volume for all channels or do I put the resistors after the mains pot or both
how to change the one RCA input into mic input thank you...need reply asap
have you connected the GND for the input and output jacks to the same GND as the potentiometers? I did that and got no buzzing. If buzzing is still there, then it may be a problem with the GND on whatever you're plugging in. Or the amplifier that you connect this mixer to.
Yes, but without GND there's no sound.Only annoying loud buzzing.
Can you just run it through an amplifier after mixing?
One thing!When i connect GND from all inputs, then audio turns quiet.Have I to connect GND?I don't speak good english, but i understand something.
What, if i didn't use potentiometers?It works!
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