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Dressing Up The Trim Pots on back of the CSP2 (Read 1306 times)
Rivieraranch
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Dressing Up The Trim Pots on back of the CSP2
10/22/09 at 01:18:33
 
I own not one but two CSP2 preamplifiers; one for home and another one for the office. One minor thing that bothered me about the trim pots was that they have no knobs. Besides giving the back a slightly unfinished look, it is really an impediment to being more exact about matching the settings for each channel. I was nosing around in Radio Shack the other day and found these little inexpensive knobs that cost $1.99 a pair. They cover the naked trim pot shafts and allow for easier adjustment, too. I highly recommend this little modification.    
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Re: Dressing Up The Trim Pots on back of the CSP2
Reply #1 - 10/22/09 at 22:19:37
 
Fantastic idea. I've been trying to figure out what I could use to get a more adjustment, and this seems to be the perfect solution. Going to run to RS now.

Thanks!
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