Simple. 3-pole on-on switch. This will allow you to connect 3 inputs (L signal, R signal, & Ground) with 6 outputs (2 sets, 1 on each side of the switch). The "on-on" implies that each throw of the switch is an "on" or complete circuit. I'll draw a little diagram, hold on.
Originally Posted by detectiveconan16
Hey, wiggyx. Do you know where to get a tool or board to program microcontrollers? Or do I have to build one myself. I was thinking about doing this project. http://denki.world3.net/pad_converters.html
It looks like I don't even need a breadboard for the converter, maybe one for the programming.
You can get USB programmers for dirt cheap. This is what I have.
Then I use eXtreme Burner - AVR to write files.