Quad attenuator-inverter for Eurorack systemsDesigned by PMFoundations, Ships from United States of America
DIY. PCB and Panel only. This is one of our simplest SMD builds with a few 1206 resistors and capacitors and a single 14 pin SOIC. This is a four channel buffered attenuator and inverter. Zero o...Read More…
DIY. PCB and Panel only. This is one of our simplest SMD builds with a few 1206 resistors and capacitors and a single 14 pin SOIC.
This is a four channel buffered attenuator and inverter. Zero output is at the center of each control. CCW turns from the center will invert the signal or control voltage input.
This is a low component count project so you can have high quality active multiples in your rack with minimum expense, especially with the low cost SMD parts.
Build it yourself - This is a set of one high quality PCB and front panel ONLY for users who want to purchase their own components and build their own module. Some product photos above show COMPLETED build.
This module will fit perfectly into a 6HP Eurorack space.
Comprehensive manuals, parts lists and component shopping carts are provided in the documentation link for building, testing and using the module.
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