In this project, you'll learn how to build a passive mixer with four inputs and one main output to bring all of your audio devices together in perfect harmony. A passive mixer is an audio mixer that doesn't require any power because it doesn't have an amplifier. It's a circuit of audio jacks with potentiometers that are wired up to let the audio input signals flow to an audio output.

This build uses stereo potentiometers and stereo TRS audio jacks to accommodate both mono and stereo devices.

The potentiometers and audio jacks are panel mounted in a 3D printed case.

Parts

This Panel Mount 10K Dual Log Potentiometer is a dual-ganged potentiometer that will satisfy all your stereo-signal needs. Instead of just one potentiometer, you...
$1.50
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What is this TRS bit? Turtle Rock Studios? Transmission Raman...
$0.75
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Oh say can you seeBy the knob's early light...Sorry - we thought that...
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Customers have asked us to carry basic perf-board, but we never liked the look of most basic perf: it's always crummy quality, with pads that flake off and no labeling. Then we...
$4.50
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Perfect for bread-boarding, free wiring, etc. This spool of solid-core wire is easy to solder to. When bent it keeps its shape pretty well. We like to have a few spools of this stuff...
$2.95
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Silicone-sheathing wire is super-flexible and soft, and its also strong! Able to handle up to 200°C and up to 600V, it will do when PVC covered wire wimps out. We like this wire...
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Here is a gorgeous metal-covered audio cable straight from Blade Runner/cyberpunk heaven. And we have them in a couple different colors! They're a step up from plain rubber/ABS...
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This guide was first published on Jan 12, 2022. It was last updated on 2022-01-12 12:51:04 -0500.

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