Remote control ideas for a TVC?

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    speedy.steve

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    Anybody put a remote control on a 23 step (or similar) TVC switch?
    What did you use?
     
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    Bent Audio offer a remote module for their kit
     
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    Interesting. I'll have a look at that.
    Found the site:
    http://www.bentaudio.com/index2.html
    I am looking for something more DIY / cheaper.

    I was wondering about converting the remote control system (was a kit I built) I have already as the control unit could power something more than the Alps blue pot perhaps? I don't need to use that any more having gone TVC. See http://dantimax.dk/
    Not sure it could handle the power needed to drag my stepped switch around though.
     
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    Sorry- beyond my level of technical competence! However, if you could find what drives the kit manufactureres are using (eg DIY HiFi Supply- http://www.diyhifisupply.com/) it might give you a clue. I'm sure someone here will be able to advise you. Good luck
     
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    check www.vt4c.com in Hong kong. Good prices.

    rollo
     
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