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How is Khozmo Stepped Attenuators?

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Hi, do you guys have any experience with the Khozmo Stepped Attenuators? They are ladder type and cheaper than DACT and goldpoint. And they look good :P. but I have never heard of this brand and cannot search much information about it also. did you guys use this step attenuator before? And how is the quality compare to DACT or goldpoint? I plan to use it for my beta 22 build.Thanks.
post #2 of 430
There might be some impressions on these in a couple of weeks. I know of a few people who are buying them.
post #3 of 430
Yes they look very pretty and they are not as expensive as Dact & goldpoint.
post #4 of 430
My God, those are SWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEET!!!!

Who cares how they SOUND?

Though looking at the prices, I'm afraid they may be made in China.

I'll send 'em an EMail and ask.

k
post #5 of 430
It's made in Poland. There are 2 balanced attenuators on the way to me.
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It's made in Poland.
How sure are you of that? I know the company's based in Poland, but with those prices on top of free worldwide shipping, I can't help seeing China somewhere in the equation.

k
post #7 of 430
It looks good and interesting. Wonder whether this can replace the GP in my WA6SE..
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Wonder whether this can replace the GP in my WA6SE..
Er, what's a "GP"?

k
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Er, what's a "GP"?

k
Its GoldPoint and wonder how is this to be assembled on the chassis as no bolt and nut are seen on this product visuals.
post #10 of 430
Would the 4 channel be the balanced one?
post #11 of 430
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Its GoldPoint
Oh! Gotcha.

Thanks.

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and wonder how is this to be assembled on the chassis as no bolt and nut are seen on this product visuals.
It would install using standoffs, rather like the Shallco and Seiden open frame switches, or the TKD stepped attenuators.

Basically four male/female standoffs would screw into the female threads on the front piece of the attenuator, and the attenuator would be mounted to the panel with four screws.

k
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Would the 4 channel be the balanced one?
Yup.

k
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Would the 4 channel be the balanced one?
yeah, I think so. and the good thing is that those are ladder type, 2 decks per channel. I want a 4 channel one for my balanced beta 22 build.
post #14 of 430
I got a DACT Im curious if this is better. It looks very sexy.
post #15 of 430
Steve,

How about a project using on of these and a transformer..............

Jam
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