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Old 1st April 2005, 03:06 AM   #171
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Default Re: Re: optical input?

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For additional $10, I can modify PCB to accept optical input (including parts), but this will be the only input available on board. If you want two inputs (optical and BNC) it can be also done, but outboard. It's pretty simple actually.

Peter id like to have this option as i have a cdplayer with optical and digital.. Please email me so i can talk to yuo and also get yor address for your part's..

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Old 1st April 2005, 03:15 AM   #172
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In the premium kit, the 2 most expensive items are MSR diodes and 1000/25 BG NX caps. For slightly less refinement, they can be replaced by MUR860 diodes and Panasonic (or Elma Stargate caps) and I can offer another versions of both kits with that substitution (MUR869 and Panasonic/Elma caps in raw PS)

All-in-One Budget DAC is $160
Green Budget DAC is $150

Additionally a completely regular version will be available as well, with Panasonic FC caps, metal film resistors (probably Phoenix version from D-K), the only exotic parts being BG N 4.7 coupling caps. It will be available with green board only and the price:

Regular DAC kit: $100

This is still better than similar offers from other vendors, as the DAC provides extended passive filtering on board, separate raw supplies for receiver and DAC sections, dedicated regulators for each section (4 in total) and active input driver.

Additionally, I will also provide CS8412/TDA1543 combo at $20/pair (specify SMD or DIP version of receiver). The offer applies only with board purchase.


The shipping is as follows:

Bare boards: $6

One kit: $20

Transformer $5 extra


I will accept direct orders on the above item starting today, e-mail me for payment info.
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can you get the all in one with a rca instead of a bnc input?
Yes, you can get it like that, and example was posted here: http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...555#post607555

Depending on a price of RCA thing, it may be $5 extra.
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Old 2nd April 2005, 04:16 AM   #174
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Question Delivery time?

Peter,
can you give me an information about the delivery times of your LM3875 premium kit?
I already ordered one.

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Old 2nd April 2005, 04:17 AM   #175
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It was sent out today. You should be receiving it middle of next week.
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Great! Thank you!
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It was sent out today. You should be receiving it middle of next week.

Was any thing for me sent out ?
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I was only sending to people who actualy paid for their orders
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While everybody are familiar already with clear boards, here's how the regular boards look. I finally managed to fix the silkscreening issue (initial production had almost invisible printing).
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Peter, When would the 4780 parallel/bridged/stereo kit be available?
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