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  1. #331
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    Quote Originally Posted by smangus View Post
    Ok great thanks. That'll do for me.

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    Hi Andy
    I've built 6 of the dcb1 turbo and Oliver has one too, we both use 50k series Khozmo attenuators.

    When I'm free which should be soon I'll pop over with my dcb1 and you can compare.

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    Cheers Steve thatvwould be good , mine has stock dale resistors too so it would be good to hear the difference. I've ordered the AD Attenuater now already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smangus View Post
    Cheers Steve thatvwould be good , mine has stock dale resistors too so it would be good to hear the difference. I've ordered the AD Attenuater now already.

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    You won't be disappointed. Its a very good bit of kit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigman80 View Post
    You won't be disappointed. Its a very good bit of kit
    Thanks , a similer price to the Khozmo. Looking forwards to installing it.

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    Well it's arrived so just have to work out the wireing for it as there are no mraks on the pins. Any ideas anyone ? Action feels very smooth and you can adjust the tension with a grub screw so thats good.

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    Two rows of input right, output centre, neg left (I expect )
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Two rows of input right, output centre, neg left (I expect )
    Cheers give me a starting point! can check with a multimeter i guess.

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    The very helpful Mr Peter at AD has confirmed Mr Walpugis's suggestion is correct!

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    "Two rows of input right, output centre, neg left "

    Since pots rotate clockwise to increase output level, looking at the pot as in post 335, the left hand terminal has to be positive input, the middle one positive output, and the right hand one earth or ground.

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    Andy do you have a link to the supplier of the brass badge you used please. Could have sworn that I read it in one of your previous posts but can't seem to find it. tia.

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