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  • Mike b
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    Originally posted by Paul Carmody View Post
    Wow! Fantastic upgrade. I think there are a lot of fellas here who have pondered how to do what you just did with the remote volume control. Excellent solution. (I hope you other guys are taking notes)
    I'm one of those guys as many friends would rather have one of these over a small home theater....Thanks Hongrn for the build

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  • arrayed
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    How would these do as separate mtm's??? what about as towers w/ some lower tuning? thanks, and great looking build overall.

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  • hongrn
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    Here you go.

    Originally posted by Eternal Student View Post
    Hongrn, do you have a crossover schematic for this project?
    Attached Files

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  • CokewithLime
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    Thanks, just did a reverse Google image search on your pic and found lots !

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  • richard t
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    Originally posted by hongrn View Post
    Richard, look for a "digital analog audio converter" on PE. It's less than $30, and will take a coax or optical output and convert it to RCA.

    http://www.parts-express.com/fiio-d0...erter--230-120
    I've seen those on here Hong but I've read that their not very good. I believe I read that hereon TT

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  • hongrn
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    Do an eBay search of "ALPS Remote Motor Volume Potentiometer". It looks something like the pic below.
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  • CokewithLime
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    Hi - could I ask where you got the IR volume control board/kit from ?

    if you don't want to post. pls PM me , Thx

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  • hongrn
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    Originally posted by richard t View Post
    I'd like to do a project like this for my brother however the panasonic tv he owns only has optical outs. Are there amp boards available with optical ins?
    Richard, look for a "digital analog audio converter" on PE. It's less than $30, and will take a coax or optical output and convert it to RCA.

    http://www.parts-express.com/fiio-d0...erter--230-120
    Last edited by hongrn; 03-20-2014, 11:24 AM.

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  • richard t
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    I'd like to do a project like this for my brother however the panasonic tv he owns only has optical outs. Are there amp boards available with optical ins?

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  • hongrn
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    I'd have to do it on the weekend. Just got home from LA traffic. @#$%?*% bad. Thanks for asking.

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  • Eternal Student
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    Hongrn, do you have a crossover schematic for this project?

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  • Beau
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    That is the single funniest thing I've ever seen.

    And today, I needed it.

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  • hongrn
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  • Beau
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    Originally posted by hongrn View Post
    Everything you need to know about potentiometers:

    http://sound.westhost.com/pots.htm
    MacGyver - this guy.

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  • hongrn
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    Everything you need to know about potentiometers:

    http://sound.westhost.com/pots.htm

    Originally posted by Eternal Student View Post
    Forgive my ignorance, but how do go about choosing the correct pot? I see lots of different values and I've been trying to figure out which one I would use if I was going to use one of these amp boards for a desktop amp and use the pot for volume control.

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