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Thread: Converting an Audio Signal to a Voltage

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott_fx View Post
    best way to do what you're describing involves a mixer and maybe a mute circuit
    do you know of any specific websites that would have what you are talking about? I've found a couple of av units that may work but there are some latency issues.

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    you are correct, i guess i'd just go with a mixer then. i wonder if there is an attenuation circuit you could build into the mixer... when there is audio in a, b is attenuated 9 db.. .or something like that
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