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Old 22nd May 2013, 01:17 PM   #2251
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Something like this
I'm learning Fransh. (was more interested in the 2-how, than the ddrc part)

With mc-phono stages and transformers sharing one bed, sounds more like the steel case blanket is the main trespasser.
I'd either shoot the transformers, or the box.
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Old 22nd May 2013, 01:39 PM   #2252
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I'm learning Fransh. (was more interested in the 2-how, than the ddrc part)

With mc-phono stages and transformers sharing one bed, sounds more like the steel case blanket is the main trespasser.
I'd either shoot the transformers, or the box.
That is what I thought (I think ), so I did say 'isolate them from the outer box, and (possibly) add inner boxes' (or something of that meaning )

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Old 22nd May 2013, 03:00 PM   #2253
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And twisted, I use three Teflon isolated solid-core wires (+/-/GND) twisted together and then put into a shield, shield is then grounded via a resistor in amp end.
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Old 22nd May 2013, 08:07 PM   #2254
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This may unconfused you Please take notice of the fact that the suppliers of these devices took the liberty to show them (presumably there best (photogenic) side) from different sides, this may have been cause of some confusion
I was referencing the k170 drain which the Toshiba datasheet shows the drain being on the opposite side of our pcb label.
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Old 23rd May 2013, 11:23 AM   #2256
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How am I supposed to think what you thought, I can barely keep up with your expanding vocabulary.

Out of curiosity, with 2 amp cases, why all of 1 channel in 1 box and horizontal copper, instead of keeping power supplies well separated, but with vertical plumbing ?

(flickr search reads a bit odd)
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How am I supposed to think what you thought, I can barely keep up with your expanding vocabulary.

Out of curiosity, with 2 amp cases, why all of 1 channel in 1 box and horizontal copper, instead of keeping power supplies well separated, but with vertical plumbing ?

(flickr search reads a bit odd)
Both cases are complete RIAA systems, the dark-texted one is MM and the light-texted one is MC. The inner boxes are, PSU(RIAA), RIAA, ADC(196/24), PSU(ADC) and Mains-Filter(Smallest box) as you may have deduced (I thought so ). There is no (not even a hint of) hum (net related) in the RIAA's.

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Old 23rd May 2013, 02:35 PM   #2258
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Any specifics on the various riaa curves? Relative sound qualities? Merits of different resistors?
Also struggling to interpret the assembly on the pcb. Is it possible to have a break down of this specific section? The one part of the pcb guide w/o numbers...
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Old 23rd May 2013, 07:23 PM   #2259
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hi berndt, you arrived at the inner sanctum of "bastling" right now! the values indicated in the schematic, which are supposed to be the end result of all parallel combinations you may want to put in there, will give you the groovy JG-MiiB house curve, a great place to start. the asse,bly guide has more proposals, looking for more neutrality, but that will all depend on your system and in particular on your loudspeakers.
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Old 23rd May 2013, 10:01 PM   #2260
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Thank you hesener! The standard house sounds fine, would it be possible to just print a picture of what value goes where using the group buy Wilma caps? The build guide assumes that I can figure out which block on the riaa pcb coincides with the schematic, and I don't really get it. Also, for the house riaa are the pcb listed resistor values used?
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