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Old 17th June 2003, 03:02 AM   #1
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AudioXpress has an article by Charles Hansen on a 'Clone from Marchand mounted on an ATX Board -- not surprisingly, using the a "cheated" supply from a spare HDD drive circuit the power seems to put the THD near 0.3%--in the table it seems to be referenced at a much lower level. There is no listening review and a couple snide snippets on the TDA8566Q.
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hum, when i first saw the topic, i thought this was a thread about Mac's
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