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Re: Stereo Automation?

In article <Conxp.7302$xo2.5298@xxxxxxxxxxxx>,
 "Josepi" <J.R.M.@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> He is an "audiophile" that doesn't want to "add nothing to his system"  but
> has a manual volume control on his stereo?
> Does it use 25L6s for output?
> This just sounds like a bad troll.
> ------------------------
> "David White"  wrote in message news:4l82mb.ecu.19.1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> One of my buddies wants to build a remote control mechanism to turn the
> volume control on his stereo. He imagines some kind of motor or servo
> from an RC application that is somehow linked to a pulley which connects
> to the volume knob with a rubber band or the like. It obviously needs to
> move slow and steady yet it need not move a huge distance (if geared
> properly). He doesn't want to use a huge RC radio to control it though.
> He wants something much smaller. Any ideas? He knows that there are
> boxes that can be added to a stereo that are essentially remote control
> volume devices but he is an audiophile and wants to add nothing to his
> system that might dirty the sound.

What the OP is asking for once was available in commercial production. A
Denon integrated amp that I have has an internal motor to turn the
volume knob by remote control.


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