ProHarmonic/AudioTechnology Passive Monitor Controller

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ProHarmonic/AudioTechnology Passive Monitor Controller
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Rob Squire's tutorial in <em>AudioTechnology</em> magazine for designing and building a passive monitor controller provides a very helpful groundwork for understanding the controller's core principles and elements. Squire's design uses as few components as possible and leaves many design decisions up to the builder. <a href="http://wiki.diyrecordingequipment.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/Screen-Shot-2013-08-20-at-10.59.31-AM.png"><img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-5499" alt="diy monitor controller audio analog recording studio" src="http://wiki.diyrecordingequipment.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/Screen-Shot-2013-08-20-at-10.59.31-AM-300x173.png" width="300" height="173" /></a> <strong>Monitor Controller Features: </strong> <ul> <li>Completely passive design for minimal degradation/noise</li> <li>Configurable for master volume control, phase reverse/mono sum, multiple I/O select, etc.</li> </ul> <strong>Price:</strong> <ul> <li>Depends on design elements incorporated and quality of parts</li> <li>Can range from under $10 to over $50</li> </ul> <strong>More Information:</strong> <ul> <li>View the original article <a href="http://www.proharmonic.com/articles/AT78_OTB.pdf">here</a></li> </ul>
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December 7, 2015 @ 21:59:43 Peterson Goodwyn

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  1. This looks great! Does anyone think this could be integrated with 16 channels of summing? Maybe with the guts of an SB2 before the inputs? I’m guessing some make up gain would be required after the summing, but that would be a great setup.

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