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Old 28th January 2011, 02:04 PM   #1
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Default Parallel output caps in cd players

There are RC low pass filters at the output,
typical 100-150 ohms with 1-2nF.

Does the caps have to be there, with that high capacitance
(guess it's a strong load at 20kHz for the output) ?

Can they (normally) be replaced with 0.3-1nF ?

Should I prefer using my DA500 (it hasn't parallel caps)
when connectiing an external output transformer (DM2-2RR) ?
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