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Lonely Raven
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Decware remote volume control - A solution!
10/06/14 at 07:33:47
 

I think I may have a solution to our volume control woes!  :)



Now we can have debates about which wheels sound better, and what gearing ratio gives us the smoothest volume roll on.  :)

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Reply #1 - 10/06/14 at 15:24:29
 
Nope you have that all wrong. Its not about the gearing ratio, its about the rubber band. You will need a cryo treated neoprene virgin rubber for that rubber band to give you the vibration control you need on that volume knob.  ;D
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Reply #2 - 10/06/14 at 15:27:05
 

Damn your smart!

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Reply #3 - 10/06/14 at 22:27:15
 
This is awesome, now lets start modding.  I heard there are some tire replacements from Stiipoints and Herbies going into production, and Red Wine has just released an audiophile battery replacement so it can run off DC power ... much quieter, with blacker backgrounds and better micro-resolution! Grin
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Reply #4 - 10/07/14 at 11:57:32
 
I`ve just had an e-mail from someone who wants to get involved.

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Reply #5 - 10/07/14 at 13:00:11
 
I think your going to snap that knob right off the front panel.
But hey! It will be fun to watch  :o
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Reply #6 - 10/09/14 at 20:17:56
 
Replacing that knobby with a racing slick will provide a much smoother sound.
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