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Old 16th April 2005, 06:29 AM   #1
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Cool BGT3886nigc plus drv134

thanks Brian and carlosfm,the amp has completed.
my gf said the inner connections looks really mess but its sound cool we are hearing now.
dc offset,Rch=-38mv,Lch=-36mv.it is totally quite without signal input,and no pop sound when turn on.I will test bridge later.

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psu,it work on a cable holder.it help me arrange those kinds of cables.
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Old 16th April 2005, 06:38 AM   #3
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3886 and 134driver.the BLD board has set up a jumper terminal,it help me roll the signal from poi or to 3886.
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Cat5 cable for PSU?
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Cat5 cable for PSU?
What's the problem with that Carlos? i mean if you run enough lengths to obtain high guage? (i was thinking doubling what digi01 has now)
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Looks good. Where do you get the power for the DRV134 board?

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Looks good. Where do you get the power for the DRV134 board?
The middle PCB (DRV134?) doesn't look like its connected to anything, including any signal input or output.
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"Where do you get the power for the DRV134 board?"
That's exactly what I was thinking....
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as by digi's thread on the drv134. It has voltage regs on board and gets it power from the trafo.

http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...305#post519305
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Old 18th April 2005, 12:52 AM   #10
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thank you Evilsizer,the url put across mine ideas. the design has another set up-HDAM,you can pile up series boards,they could powered through C3,C4 on the upper board.

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I have not connect the drv134 in the unit,I will try it later.

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Yes,I use cat5 cable.I like simple way,even without solder.
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