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Old 11th June 2005, 11:46 AM   #1
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Default Has anyone tried regulated LM3886 GC ?

Hi,

Has anyone tried an LM3886 gainclone with a regulated supply. How different is it sonically.

Thanks in advance,
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I tried one with Pedja's discrete regulated PSU and it is a big improvement.

I have also tried the CarlosFM snubberized regulated (LM338) PSU with an LM3875 and that is also a big improvement on the standard 1000uF/rail PSU.

I also tried SMPS which is (unexpectedly) very good too. I have to do more listening to say which is the best!
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