- on Audio/Video/Photography
- Published in issue 11/2013 on page 42
Bidirectional Stereo Input Selector
1-to-4 or 4-to-1, a trouble-free audio add-on, suitable for beginners
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Resistors (.25W, 1%):
R1,R7,R9,R11,R18–R21 = 100Ohm
R2–R5 = 1.2kOhm
R6,R8,R10,R12 = 390Ohm
R13–R17 = 1kOhm
R22 = 560Ohm
R23,R24 = 100kOhm
C1 = 0.1 µF 100V, ceramic disc
C2 = 10µF 100V electrolytic
C3 = 1000µF 25V electrolytic
C4 = 1µF 63V electrolytic
C5 = 10pF 100V, ceramic disc
D1–D4 = 1N4148
D5–D8,D13 = LED, 5mm, yellow
D9–D12 = 1N4004
IC1 = LM7805CT
IC2 = CD74HC175E
F1 = fuse, 500mA, fast
K1–K10 = RCA (line) audio socket, PCB mount
Re1–Re4 = relay, DIL, PCB mount, e.g. MEDER type DIP05-2A72-21D
S1–S4 = pushbutton w. make contact
TR1 = power transformer, secondary 9V @ 2VA