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from the LSAF 2012 thread:

Wayne Parham wrote on Sat, 24 September 2011 01:38
It's not expensive. The remote control itself is a generic universal - just get any one you like. I prefer those that have the up/down and left/right buttons prominent, as opposed to the remotes that have vertically arrayed channel up/down and volume up/down. But any of them will work. Then there's the control board. I'd say by the time the boards are etched and deals are struck, it's probably going to be less than a hundred bucks for the completed control board.

Having said that, it's all still preliminary. The design is done, prototype is working. I can burn chips right now, and can probably have boards etched in less than a month. But I do need to figure out pricing and delivery model. I don't know if I'll make them available directly or just through OEMs. I have plenty of friends in the business that manufacture amps, preamps and kits, so it might make sense to make it available to them, and let them brand them and resell them. I need to work through all that first. Still, by LSAF, the business side should all be worked out.


Wayne, I'm not up to speed on this yet, but it's exactly what I want to be the potentiometer (with or without remote) for my unbuilt preamp. (PASS hotrodded B1.)

Tell me you are making boards and kits...............?

 
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