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Old 8th May 2009, 05:06 PM   #1
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Default Again on cd 723 mods!

I write from Sicily, about mods i've done to my cd 723, as suggested by Nuuk in its site Decibel Dungeon.
referring to this, I hav a doubt about the correct placing of rlc folters on output; as reported in the picture, the green line A-B starts from 3540, which is the resistor on the path to R out for the headphone facility, and green line C-D starts from 3541, which is teh resistor on the path to L line out!
IMO one of the two is wrong, and I thought it's A-B: A should be placed on the lower pin of 3542, I think...

I asked to nuuk but he didn't remember, and said me to ask in this forum.. can anyone help me (expecially Massimo, which is reported as the prompter of this mods)?

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