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Old 25th October 2012, 10:49 PM   #141
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To far avay from Premiere Cru reagion?

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Prety nice sound out of it so far, no hum, but this is not suprise as it is balanced, I think it need a bit more time to setle in I have used polistirene caps for the RIAA and they take a while, I will tri and change those with same different ones eventualy.

Power supply which cover the 80 %of board space is working realy well and noise level is very low (nedle up) quite plesant noise vise when runningon the blank tracks and no sign of overloading on scratched records.
I had to place a second 20Rin parralel (10R) now to get the gain up with my Elitte and not using any loading at present, Just have to wait for Her shopping Neighbours out to give it a serious going over, still preaty easy build with no fussing about, the only component I had to select where the RIAA caps to get the 2 channels matching.

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This is purely based on my set up, ancillary equipment my personal taste and same prety worn test gear.

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