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|14th November 2008, 06:49 PM||#1|
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Output caps on DVD/CDP
Am a newbie to the digital DIY world, and would like any advice on changing or removing output capacitors in a DVD /CDP.
The picture is of an audio board from a Denon DVD-2910, which I plan to modify.
#1 is of the capacitors to the digital outs; they are 1mfd and 10mfd 16v electrolytic caps.
#2 is of the analog out caps; 470pf
Lampizator says that removing the output caps attached to the analog outputs will open up the sound, especially in the top end.
Also read that upgrading the caps to the digital outs will give similar results.
Have done some capacitor upgrades to the power supply and upgraded the opamps.
Looking to do a clock mod next, but want to try the simple tweaks before I dive into something that is over my head.
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