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where to find in-line attenuators
Old 22nd July 2005
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where to find in-line attenuators

Does anyone know where I can find in line attenuators in europe?
In france shure sell them for 70 euros which is crazy, so is there any other brands that would be cheaper or any place that would have the shure's for cheaper?
Old 22nd July 2005
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check
radioshack.com
Old 22nd July 2005
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radio shack is in the u.s.
I'm looking for this in europe.
plus, it seems radio shack does not have any xlr attenuators .
Old 22nd July 2005
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get some 1% resistors and make 'em yourself..

http://beradio.com/notebook/passive_attenuators/

cheap and easy... resistors are essentially free and neutriks are about $2.50 each.
Old 24th July 2005
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Old 27th July 2005
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A Designs Audio makes the ATTY, a full passive analogue attenuator. You can see it on our website www.flyline.ch or www.adesignsaudio.com. Please ask me if you need to know a price.

Best regards

Andreas Michel
Flyline Music AG
www.flyline.ch
Old 27th July 2005
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Wow, 99 euros !! thats not what I would call cheap.
I'm looking for something under 70 euros ....other wise I would of bought the shure.
Old 27th July 2005
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Quote:
Originally Posted by seb37000
Wow, 99 euros !! thats not what I would call cheap.
I'm looking for something under 70 euros ....other wise I would of bought the shure.
I've got several of the Shures, and they work great. 70 Euros does seem high, I think I paid around US$50? I also have an ATTY, and can highly recommend it as well.
Old 27th July 2005
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Whirlwind makes some nice ones. I'm not sure about Europe, but in the states the run about $20 ea.

ERic
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