want to use a pre-amp or at the same time do not want to continually change source wires.
This switch requires an input power of 5-12Vac, uses about 15mA and should arrive in January.
This ST70 also has the optional stepped attenuator volume control and the octal driver board.
The following wire pairs on the PA060 power transformer has these approximate output
values between 117 to 120Vac line input:
Across the two RED wires > 700 to 750 volts AC (300mA)
Across the two WHITE wires > 5 to 6 volts AC (4A)
Across the two GREEN wires > 6.0 to 7.0 volts AC (5A)
Across the two BROWN wires > 6.0 to 7.0 volts AC (5A)
So to power this switch with its 5V relays, my thought is to tap off of either the two Green or
Brown transformer wires using their 6-7Vac.....and hopefully not blow something up.
My question is:
Would it work and isn't it better if I pulled 5V equally from both channels, one Green wire
and one Brown wire?
Not sure at this point which Green or what Brown wire.....or even if it makes any difference.