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Old 13th March 2014, 11:30 PM   #12291
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So. Why not getting close What do you like in diffrent PUs? Bass response, 3 dimensionality, resolution, firmness to different platters, toughness? Words like balance, subtility is regarded to love for a specific amp/rig/room imho.
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Old 13th March 2014, 11:45 PM   #12292
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The 33 is like Sennheiser headphones on the mixing desk, the 10X5 is like you drive the headphones with 12BH7, Denon 301 mkII is like you drive them with 6SN7, 103R is like you drive them with 12AU7 Mullard.
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Old 14th March 2014, 03:10 AM   #12293
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Here you are. 8.5mA Idss K170BL centered. (Q2,R6 not there is no mistake, just not needed).
Is this the same for the Denon DL-110? Also, I have an AT440MLa at the moment but I am thinking about "upgrading." Would that be an improvement?

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Old 14th March 2014, 04:02 AM   #12294
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For my ears an Rx of 220R by Rhopoint and R1 of 47K by Charcroft is the sweetest and still very revealing. The other way around with 47K Rhopoint and 220R Charcroft is to bright for me not to speak Z-foils on both RX and R1.
Thorsten Loesch has been the primary person in the forum advocating rhopoint resistors. It's interesting to see how he uses them in his RIAA preamp here (together with a lot of other wire wound resistors): http://community.fortunecity.ws/rive...a/Toccata.html. So what do you think? Is the parts selection just TL's idiosyncratic preference/taste, or is he onto something?
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Old 14th March 2014, 04:21 AM   #12295
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Thanks, no real sofistication, and no Hagerman's calculation. I simply used PCB boards from Per Anders Strojom in the Netherlands, which I like very much. The RC are 100R Mills type and .047uF MKT caps.
Thank you for that info.
I think it's quite unusual to use such big values for resistor and such small values for cap on snubbers. I see in most known to me circuits people use 1R - 47R for Rt and 0.15uF - 0.68uF for Ct caps.
May be our gurus from that thread will help us to clarify the correct values for such circuit.

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Old 14th March 2014, 06:41 AM   #12296
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thank you Salas, thnak you very much!
the PSU will be fine the one posted in # 219?
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Old 14th March 2014, 06:50 AM   #12297
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Thorsten Loesch has been the primary person in the forum advocating rhopoint resistors. It's interesting to see how he uses them in his RIAA preamp here (together with a lot of other wire wound resistors): http://community.fortunecity.ws/rive...a/Toccata.html. So what do you think? Is the parts selection just TL's idiosyncratic preference/taste, or is he onto something?
Taste I believe. For me it's about tweaking the sound to my unique ears.
Others might just as well think it sounds as crap.

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Old 14th March 2014, 08:14 AM   #12298
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Is this the same for the Denon DL-110? Also, I have an AT440MLa at the moment but I am thinking about "upgrading." Would that be an improvement?

Thanks, David
This is for wanting to make something like FSP on a matrix board when having just 2SK170BL and an MM. FSP board with 369 and integrated reg is better in general and 43dB or 46dB is better gain for DL-110. That cart would not be a true upgrade to an AT440MLa just smoother in a Denon way. To top the 440 you would need Dyna 10X5 or Ortofon 2M Black. For even better you move to Benz ACE SH and Dyna 20X2 H territory. Presuming you keep at MM and HMC output level.
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thank you Salas, thnak you very much!
the PSU will be fine the one posted in # 219?
No, you prefer an evolved version. Stick the trafos and bridges/main filter in an extra box. Keep the regs in the phono box. SSLV1.1 builds & fairy tales
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ok ok, thanks Salas!
i will try in the next days.
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