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Rahere

Member Since: February 1, 2016

Country: United Kingdom

  • I doubt it. You might do better looking at the AdaFruit 16-channel servo board which is stackable (each board needs an address setting to distinguish it from the rest of the stack, done by binary shorting pins on the board).

  • The analogue has an output option, so you can use this as the switching signal to a transistor in-line with the audio signal. Don't forget to ground the unused pins, and I most certainly don't promise a lo-noise result! What on earth ar you using so many channels for? Most mixers have mutes available, so it can't be that. Switch pots are the traditional solution for teaching labs.

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