If I understand, MIX 01 and MIX 02 modules do basically the same thing, but different ways.
Both take a mono signal, and split it to Left and Right outputs (L/R).
MIX 01 uses 2 separate pots to boost/attenuate the L/R outputs, no pan pot.
MIX 02 has one pot to boost/attenuate the mono signal, plus a L/R Pan pot.
Why would you use one method or the other, to pan a signal ?
I need a module to take my mono sounds, and place them at different points across a two speaker system, just before the final audio stereo output. (aka pseudo stereo)
Both of these do that.
The advantage I can see with the MIX 01, is it's easier to overdrive the Left or Right output, if wanted, and have more control over this.
The advantage I can see with the MIX 02, is you only need to turn one pot to adjust the overall gain, then use the pan pot as desired.
What else am I not thinking of ?