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Build your own passive adjustable attenuation box
« on: May 06, 2005, 11:04:49 PM »
This box is for matching up a hot soundboard feed to any device that doesn't have adjustable inputs (like a computer audio interface).  It would also be useful for attenuating signal to a DAT/MD/JB3 line input.  You can set the attenuation range of the box.

Here's the link to the link

Here's the thread where we were talking about different options

Let me know if you build one!
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