Originally Posted by BigBoosting
I don't see how that gets the MULF into the loop. Doesn't the MULF have an input and an output? If so, then both need to be in the loop.
yes, one of the cable is IN and the other is OUT.
so ASSUMMING that all TOP positions are IN and all BOTTOM positions are OUT, what I've suggested is getting the IN from MULF to the OUT from another device, then the IN from another device to the OUT of the MULF.
How MOST works is that it is a ring circuit. imagine you have a big circular hoop (MOST circuit) and you need to add something (MULF) to the ring. so what you need to do is to cut the ring (at LOWER block #2) and join your new thing to it.
hope you can visualize my analogy.