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Old 9th February 2013, 03:13 PM   #1051
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Thanks. Looking forward to comments about this specific value.

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It is your call, but linuxguru can send you a completed unit. That's what I bought. I'll just say it was a most significant upgrade to the MyRef series prior to Dario's Fremen Edition.
Bob - thanks for the plug. I now also have a fully-discrete LF05 prototype which also works instead of the LM318. I'll send out a pair with your LF03s, which you are welcome to evaluate at your convenience.

The TL071 will work in place of an LM318, with similar stability but worse sonics. The OPA627 and LME49710 are both marginally unstable in a Rev C - compensation changes will be required, and at the minimum C10 may have to be removed.
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Any info regarding the LF05? Is it a direct replacement for the LM318?
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Yup, the LF05 is a direct drop-in replacement for the LM318, and the first pair of prototypes work without modification in a Rev E. I will get a few prototypes into local DIYers' hands to ensure that there is no regression before making it generally available - give it 4-8 weeks.
Preliminary audible sonics of the LF05 are comparable to the LF01.
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Great to hear that, put me on a list for a pair then.

BTW, would this work with the Rev C v1.2 too?
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I've just skimmed the BOMs... What's the correct value for R2? I see 2 different values, 33k and 10k, from 2 different BOMs. Not sure which is the one to go with. I'm using the v1.2 PCB.
Both are correct.

The 33k value comes from LM3886 datasheet and Penasa's original BOM.

TP boards (including v1.2) also spefify the 10K value.

All my BOMs speficy 10K

Such value comes from a Nelson Pass post.
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Thanks for the clarification

Would there be any negative effect if I use larger value for C13, say 6.8uf? I have a lot of 6.8uf Solen caps left from other projects.
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Would there be any negative effect if I use larger value for C13, say 6.8uf? I have a lot of 6.8uf Solen caps left from other projects.
According Penasa the amp work as he intended with values around 1uF, TP boards specify no more than 2.2uF but I suppose it will work with higher values also.

But I suggest you to stay in the 1uF-1.5uF range
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Thanks, Dario. I'll stick with the 1uf cap then.

Looks like the Omron relay is out of stock now. Would this one work just fine? 833H-1C-C-24VDC Song Chuan | Mouser
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Looks like the Omron relay is out of stock now. Would this one work just fine? 833H-1C-C-24VDC Song Chuan | Mouser
It should but never tried it... or you can buy the non sealed Omron: 653-G5LE-1-DC24
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