Post Number: 107
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|Posted on Tuesday, 09 May, 2006 - 05:13 pm: ||
Ideally, you need a special type of variable resistor (potentiometer) called an "L-pad" that presents a constant impedance to the amplifier.
Otherwise a normal, although high wattage potentiometer will do it OK; you will need a *BIG* potentiometer if you plan on having the amplifier turned up high, and reducing the volume locally.