I have a decent amount of the CAD work done for the Meniscus crossover jig kit and have even ordered some parts to build a prototype of what i hope will be the final unit.
Currently the design has the ability to "live" switch between 2 different stereo crossovers. The jig uses relays to isolate the two crossovers. This can be run biamped as well as a common input. This same jig can be used to A/B portions of the circuit as well making it so that you can test different capacitors, L-pads, inductors you name it. The Jig will be a 8 1/2 by 11 inch laser etched/cut plywood board that will have all the connections on the top surface.
The switch to control A/B will plug into binding post so that the user can be sitting in the listening position and flip the switch for A/B without changing their listening position (sorry you will have to add your own remote if you want one).
I would love to have some input on what type of connectors that you all would prefer to have on the jig. The original from last years Meniscus event had spring terminals. They were cheep and they filled a need, beyond that they kinda sucked the only advantage that they bring to the table is price at $.50 each. In an effort to make a more user friendly project I would like to consider other options... please post your preference number 1-5 and post any helpful criticisms that you can think of. Thanks.