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sinski 29th April 2006 03:31 PM

Copy of Kore-Eda pre ?
They are two new products from Sakura.

Maybe it will be easy to make a copy of the preamp ?

Can anybody identify the components in the preamp ?

As far as i can see they use:

1. Small transformer from Talema/India with 2x115V input and two 2.5VA 15V AC outputs

2. Two rectifiers composed from four normal diodes

3. Two bigger caps, probably 3300/25V Panasonic TS-HA?

4. 78xx and 79xx regs with two small electrolyt caps - decoupling caps ?

5. Preamp section with adXXX opamps ?

6. Small red tantalum caps close to opamps ?

7. Around opamps they are four resistors

8. One polystyren/aluminium input? output ? cap from BC ?

Can anybody identify more details and maybe create the schematic of this small pre ?

Who knows, maybe it sounds very good.

Cheers, sinski

sinski 3rd May 2006 04:04 PM

This is the link for preamp picture :

I am completely electronic newbie and have no to much knowledge about electronics. In the last days i was just reading about opamp based pres and looked carefully on Kore Eda pre.

I found the SWCAD software from LT and i created a circuit, which could be the pre, but i am not sure about it.

Can anybody help and say if it is OK ?

What about


C2,C3 4.7uF

Any ideas ?


jaudio 4th May 2006 01:03 PM

You need to add a .1uf caps to the supply rails. I would also go over the datasheet,there are suggests for the resistors values. It may have a min. gain requirement also.

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