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Old 25th February 2013, 08:45 PM   #2491
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Hello,
newbye on this thread. I will have a Buffalo IIISE with Paul hynes regulator and a tube Lampizator output stage.
I'm looking also for a USB/I2S converter (Luckit Xmos or Amanero : advice what is the best one, or others ???).
Would it be a nice improvment in SQ to add between the USB/I2S and the Buffallo to add the the Ian FIFO +dual XO reclocker ??
Yes, it is a must. and when you want tubes why not use Broskie's Unbalancer instead ?

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Old 26th February 2013, 09:55 PM   #2492
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Failed in soldering the backdoor kit.
I got my kits yesterday, and I was trying to do the i2s backdoor on the spdif board.
Everything went well I finished soldering and pluged the cable in.
When I tried to pull the cable out from the socket, bad thing happened, I ripped the contacting dot R24. Now I wont be able to fix it, I guess I have to wait for the next group buy then.
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Old 26th February 2013, 10:01 PM   #2493
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Sorry to hear mate. Send some close of photos of the state of things; it can often shake loose some thoughts/suggestions. If it's an issue with not being experienced with SMD parts, I or others might be able to help. Don't give up just yet.

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Failed in soldering the backdoor kit.
I got my kits yesterday, and I was trying to do the i2s backdoor on the spdif board.
Everything went well I finished soldering and pluged the cable in.
When I tried to pull the cable out from the socket, bad thing happened, I ripped the contacting dot R24. Now I wont be able to fix it, I guess I have to wait for the next group buy then.
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Old 26th February 2013, 10:09 PM   #2494
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Old 26th February 2013, 10:14 PM   #2495
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Old 26th February 2013, 11:14 PM   #2496
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Failed in soldering the backdoor kit.
I got my kits yesterday, and I was trying to do the i2s backdoor on the spdif board.
Everything went well I finished soldering and pluged the cable in.
When I tried to pull the cable out from the socket, bad thing happened, I ripped the contacting dot R24. Now I wont be able to fix it, I guess I have to wait for the next group buy then.
Hi,

Don't worry.

Try small enameled wire, soldering one end on the Pin which connected to R24. Loop the wire to the back of the PCB through the hole of TP3. Scratch a bit on the trace connected to R24. Solder the other end of the wire to the appeared copper trace.

Please make sure you have enough temperature when soldering the ground plate like the wings of the SMT connectors.

Good luck.

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Old 26th February 2013, 11:51 PM   #2497
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Hi,

Don't worry.

Try small enameled wire, soldering one end on the Pin which connected to R24. Loop the wire to the back of the PCB through the hole of TP3. Scratch a bit on the trace connected to R24. Solder the other end of the wire to the appeared copper trace.

Please make sure you have enough temperature when soldering the ground plate like the wings of the SMT connectors.

Good luck.

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Thank you Ian
For future inference, my solder was on 610 f.
I will try to fix it tmr.
Cheers
Liang
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Old 27th February 2013, 12:41 AM   #2498
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Received the i570 yesterday, have to modify the Arduino code for the new clock board. Another big headache for me
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Old 27th February 2013, 01:35 AM   #2499
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Received the i570 yesterday, have to modify the Arduino code for the new clock board. Another big headache for me
To run it, you don't need to modify anything. But if you want to add features....

Step by step

I'll try the Si570 chips you sent to me one I get time.

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Hi Ian,

Can I change the default input with SPDIF board? .

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