Hello everyone, Since my Audio Setup is getting more and more Complex and i hate plugging my Headphones in and out all day, I'd like to build myself a Source Selector. I'll do 6 Inputs 2 Outputs. The Two Outputs aren't selectable. It'll be one stereo out on the back, one on the front. The front output switches off the back output. I'll probably go with a 6PDT Rotary switch. Some Open Questions: The Sources have varying outputs. - Two are 2 x mono 6,3 - Two are stereo 3,5 - one is RCA Which connector would you choose for the best flexibility? Would you implement some kind of dampening to avoid noise on switching? Could a second Output for a second pair of headphones (simultaneously) be implemented passively? Like hooking them up in parallel? I'm pretty sure i can get line level on all sources, so volume adjustment won't be needed atm. Since all of them work with my Headphones like is atm, and will be fed into a dedicated amp later, i won't need to balance the levels between sources. Any helpful tips before i start are welcome.