My first API 500 module ;-) (Passive Signal Splitter)

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Holger

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Fully API 500/51X compatible passive signal splitter based on a Sowter 4679 transformer.
Has XLR and Lemo outputs. Frontpanel is from Frank/NRGrecording.
I'm claiming here to be the first guy who has built an API module with a PSU current consumption of 0 mA :)

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jsteiger

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Holger said:
Fully API 500/51X compatible passive signal splitter based on a Sowter 4679 transformer.
Has XLR and Lemo outputs. Frontpanel is from Frank/NRGrecording.
Very cool Holger!  8) 8)

I'm claiming here to be the first guy who has buillt an API module with a PSU current consumption of 0 mA :)
I think you are right. For this, you must get a prize!  ;D  Will for sure help to balance out some overly hungry modules.

Best, Jeff
 

Denyle Guitars

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Holger said:
I'm claiming here to be the first guy who has built an API module with a PSU current consumption of 0 mA :)

I once stuck a fader into a blank lunchbox panel to use as an attenuator. That was probably 2 years ago. It was by no means as pretty as your splitter though.  ;D
 

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Very impressive.  :)

Looking to your output on DIY project comes a question to my mind:

Don't you need any sleep ?  ;D

Wolfgang
 

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