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FREE Preamplifier For My Readers

Build a Remote Control Preamplifier for under $100

Some time ago, I published an article on my other blog loudspeaker-building-guide.com. I explained why analog preamplifiers are still useful in our digital age. It’s just that I don’t see the need to spend a fortune on such a simple device. So I came up with my own design of a high-quality preamp that can be remote controlled, too. If you have some DIY skills, you should be able to build your own preamp within a couple of hours. Most or all of the parts can be sourced from Mouser, Digikey or RS-Components.

Enjoy!

Here’s the link to my original article (some readers have requested it):

Build Your Own PGA2310 Preamp

Downloads:


Download PGA2310 Project (Eagle Board/Schematics)

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