This module will allow you to integrate a four-channel source selection system into a DIY project. It consists of three separate components: the switch module, the inputs and the button for switching sources. The module provides four inputs in stereo RCA format. The button is surrounded by four LEDs, indicating the active source.
This simple circuit to associate with a programmable module such as an Arduino or Raspberry Pi will allow you to create a source selector. The card includes 4 buttons, each corresponding to a resistance value.
This switching module is equipped with two 3.5mm jack connectors at the input and a single 3.5mm jack at the output. Thus, it allows using an integrated button to select an active source among the two inputs to redirect it to the output. The module also has an XH2.54mm connector to add a second output connector.
This pair of modules converts a balanced signal on XLR input to an unbalanced signal on XH 2.54mm output. A second input is also available in RCA format, with a switch to simply select the active input.
This module is an input module with a coaxial input and an optical input. It is based on a Cirrus Logic CS8416 digital audio receiver supporting sample rates up to 192kHz. The module is equipped with a 24bit I2S output which can therefore be associated with the I2S input of your DAC and offer it a source selection.
This module, to be associated with an I-Sabre ES9038Q2M DAC, will allow you to simply add to it a volume control and source selector, as well as a display, capable of displaying information about the playback of your audio files. Installation is simple, as all you need to do is connect the module to the I-Sabre ES9038Q2M.
This digital input/output selector module allows 4 I2S sources to be directed to one I2S output. It provides a most flexible solution with its integrated microcontroller for the selection of each input switchable by a simple monostable button (sold separately).
This preamplifier module, integrating both volume control and input selection functions, is beautifully designed to ensure excellent performance. It is equipped with the latest MUSES72323 volume control chip from Japanese manufacturer NJR.
This handy volume control module uses a series of relays, allowing precise adjustment of the sound level. Control is via an ALPS 27 potentiometer. The volume controller comes with a source selection volume on which 4 pairs of RCA connectors.
This stereo single-ended to balanced module recovers an unbalanced signal via its RCA inputs on screw terminals, and outputs a balanced stereo audio stream on screw terminals (XLR). Two TI NE5532P balancer OPAs handle audio signal processing. DIP8-mounted, they are easily replaceable according to your preferences.