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Old 12th May 2008, 11:45 PM   #1
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Default Reclocking to tda1541 pc board

Hi all.
I am running a modified philips cd650 cd player and am running the digital feed from the saa7210 chip bypassing the digital filter saa7220 (no over sampling) to the tda1541.

I have heard that people are reclocking the feed to the tda1541 to reduce jitter coming from the saa7210

I will like to know if there is a kit which has this and also a digital input chip as well on the board , so I can use this as a stand alone DAC later on.
I also use a valve output stage using an ecc88 with a constant current stage between the two valve halves and it sounds great
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