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Old 19th December 2012, 11:45 AM   #71
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Hi sakellog

Sorry dude, I don't get you...
...I love puzzles; but I can't work this one out !

A clue please ?

I did, as it happens, enter some of my RIAA calculations, as MY LOTTO #'s last week !
( didn't win though ! )



Keep it coming Indiana !

I think the answer might be...


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Old 19th December 2012, 02:49 PM   #72
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Sorry, my dumb humor.
Indiana jones
Raiders of the lost arc.
Just found the well of souls where the arc is.
Sala says the floor is moving.
Indy tosses a torch into the pit showing lots of snakes that indy is scared of and says...

Indy: "snakes.... Why did it have to be snakes?"
Sala rolls over and peers inside, says to indy...
Sala: " asps.... Very dangerous, you go first"

Looking back,i could see how it might look like a insult.
Not the case, truely. I'm just a dork.
I'm not crazy, my mother had me tested
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Old 19th December 2012, 04:44 PM   #73
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Too many pF's for the Denon...
...don't try this at home folks !

GOOD for the speakers Indiana...


"shut up Santa...yer ol' duffer"
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Old 3rd February 2016, 02:29 PM   #74
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Originally Posted by vdi_nenna View Post
So, I'm on vacation to take care of my mom after back surgery and I had a chance between rehab visits to build the load switching circuit. It came out nice. I'm happy with it.

Si, the 1k load for the DL-110 is the way to go. From a cold start, one can tell that 47k is not correct or at least not optimal. More definition between notes and reverb that goes on forever.

Here are two photos that tell the rest of the story.

The parallel resistors are 80k, 47k, 30k, 5k, 3.3k, 2.2k, 909, 300, 150 and 100 ohms. Caps are 100pF, 150pF, 220pF, and 330pF. I was going to add a 100k also but realized the switch is a 10 DIP and not 12, like I though was purchased. I can still add it permanently to the board, if needed.

5k, 3.3k and 2.2k get 1025 Ohms. 3.3k and 2.2k gets you 995 Ohms.
I went with 1025 and doubt 995 would be much different...but who knows!

By the way, the above are meter measured readings, not calculated.

Very nice build. But why no use the R20 for loading? Is there any reason?
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