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What ia a pot?

 

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Username: Snuggieboo

Post Number: 1
Registered: Dec-16
I have seen this term used in the turntable forum.

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Username: Snuggieboo

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Registered: Dec-16
Oh Shoot!

I am sorry for my misspelling of "is"!
 

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Username: Jan_b_vigne

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Registered: May-04
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Typically, when someone uses the term "pot" in reference to electronics, they are using a word meant to imply "potentiometer";
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In most cases, a potentiometer is used to trim Voltage from input to output. In other words, a volume control is a "pot" in most cases. There are other devices which can be substitutes for a conventional analog potentiometer. Also a pot may be used as an inter-stage device to adjust incoming Voltage to another stage of the overall circuit.


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