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Old 24th October 2010, 10:15 AM   #1
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Default CD80 clock frequency 11.2896 to 11.0592?

Dear all, I have ordered a new Burson clock for my CD80 Low Jitter Clock

The new one is 11.0592 MHz, but the original crystal is 11.2896 MHz.

Is the frequency difference a problem or can you just slot it straight in?

Note I also have some burson opamps HD Audio Opamp , and have found myself a TDA1541A S2 double crown DAC

While I have browsed the posts on the CD80, any case specific advice beyond these mods would be appreciated

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Why did you order a clock with 11.0592MHz when Burson do one at 11.2896MHz ?????




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Old 24th October 2010, 11:20 AM   #3
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I didn't....... we discussed the clock, I sent them the service manual and they said i needed an 11mhz clock...

Perhaps they accidentally sent me the wrong one.
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Is the frequency difference a problem or can you just slot it straight in?
It all depends if everything sounding about a third of a semitone flat counts as a problem. Many people wouldn't notice - it will also extend the playing time of your CDs by almost 2mins for the longest ones
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Old 24th October 2010, 11:29 AM   #5
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LOL ok then it is an issue ;-) Thanks Abraxalito, I will chase Burson up.
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Old 24th October 2010, 03:44 PM   #6
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It's definitely 11.2896MHz!
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