From: "T. Pardy"
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Subject: Re: Can Someone Please Help?
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Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 16:52:53 GMT
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Yeah, I checked it is a digital program selection switch. Now I am really
screwed! I think I'll pull it apart again and see if I can find the
injection point by trial and error... By the way, is there a possiblity of
just throwing a couple of resistors on what I got to get rid of the high
"Bob Masta" wrote in message
> On Wed, 25 Sep 2002 03:37:11 GMT, "T. Pardy"
> >Thanks for the response, but the stereo has one of those push button
> >type volume controls it is not a potentiometer I don't think. By the way,
> >when using that method how would you control the signal(that is the
> >want to hear tv, radio, aux)?
> The pot's high lead (the one the wiper hits when rotated to maximum)
> comes from the program source, and the wiper goes to the amp.
> You can break into the high lead and insert a (line level) signal
> there. You'll need a switch so you can switch back to normal
> operation. You could, in theory, use this with the digital control
> just as well, if you can find the equivalent input to the control.
> That may be difficult if everything is highly integrated. If the
> program selection is by ordinary mechanical switches (and they
> are not just controlling logic that goes to internal electronic
> switches), then you can probably locate the common point
> that all programs are switched into... that should be the input
> to the volume control.
> Bob Masta
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