Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Shielded Box for line level signals

Bud seems to make more insulated alloy boxes than Hammond.  Mu Metal is a trademarked name, but many companies make similar alloys which combine EMF and RFI shielding.

Anyway, my current plan is to adjust levels digitally upon switching amps, therefore no need for attenuation in line.  But ultimately a Bud box may serve as the Y-adapter for the signal to both amplifiers even if there is no attenuation.  And the box may switch the signal from one box to the other to minimize loading.  And it may have an optional attenuator.  It may even have switching relay inside.

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