for many inputs?
On other occasions, you may wish to mix signals before presenting them to a single input. If you wish to control the proportions in which this is done, you should use an RS160 or RS165 Mixer. If you simply wish to sum the signals, you can use the RS170 as a pair of passive 4-channel mixers with unity gain.
Each bank can be used to distribute a single output to as many as four inputs. If you patch the banks together, a single output can be directed to seven inputs.
Conversely, each bank can be used to combine up to four outputs from multiple source modules, before presenting the result to a single input on another module. If you patch the banks together, up to seven outputs can be combined and presented to a single input.
On rare occasions, there may be a voltage drop if a single output is distributed too widely. This is most likely if a number of RS170 Multiples are chained together within extremely complex patches. If this occurs, you should replace one or more of the RS170s in the patch with RS230 CV Buffers.