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Old 8th August 2009, 02:47 PM   #1
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Default Opus Dac Input Selector & Metronome

dear all,

i am in the process of including a metronome & digital input selector in my opus dac.

the link below shows the configuration of the whole dac:

http://picasaweb.google.co.uk/chatziva/Dacpics#

see slide 4 for metronome. is it correctly configured? I am unsure about the automute & the SCK. is it recommended to jumper the automute and leave SCK unconnected?

also is the input selector in slide 2 going to work? the 75 ohm resistors are there to reduce noise / signal reflection. are they correctly placed?

thanks
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Things look ok to me, but I would suggest closing the automute jumper.
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thanks Russ, appreciated.

speedy reply too

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