Passive attenuator, with selector mode (LIN or LOG)
This is a simple passive triple attenuator, with a selector for LIN(ear) or LOG(arithmic) mode.
LIN = logic signal (CV, LFO, etc...)
LOG = audio signal
New version 2:
If you do not connect a cable to the IN inputs of stages 2 and 3, the signal entering IN 1 is also directed to stages 2 and 3 (pre-attenuator).
This allows the module to be used in different cases. Thus, this module offers a multiple 1 IN to 2 (or) 3 OUT mode with attenuator and choice of the individual lin/log curve.
If you connect a cable to the IN input of stage 2, the link is broken and this stage becomes independent.
Ditto for the third stage.
What's the difference between a lin and log pot and why we utilise this:
The resistance of this type of potentiometer varies linearly, that is to say that the value of its resistance increases (or decreases) proportionally when moving the cursor. It is used, for example in a variable voltage source. Ideal for logic signals, CV, LFO etc ...
The resistance of this type of potentiometer varies exponentially, that is to say that the value of its resistance increases (or decreases) more and more rapidly when the cursor is moved. Ideal for AUDIO sources, for sound volume adjustments, to adapt to the characteristic of the human ear, which has a logarithmic response to the pressure that the air exerts on the eardrums.
Avalaible with green, black or white panel:
The price includes: module and screw M3. Excluding shipping costs !!
Manufactured by ph Neutre
Available as an assembled Module, no kit.
Tested and assembled by hand. All components are through, so all "ph" modules are repairable. Built to last ;-)
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This Module is currently available.$38 Price in € submitted Nov 2nd 2019, 17:27 by phNeutre | last Change May 4th, 19:52 by phNeutre
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