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Old 5th December 2011, 08:04 AM   #101
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Cool, I suspect it was easier fitting those wima's the second time too

The 5v reg doesn't need to be exact. It's the noise on the psu thats important rather than the actiual voltage. Some of my regs run as low as 4.85v. This happens when you use fixed value components due to tolerances. That reg that Tubee linked to on PFM would be worth building as a starter. Only thing I would do is leave out the 10r on the supply.

Make sure you get the polarity right on that big cap! I normally use different coloured wires like red and black in order to avoid confusion.
Yes, I'll make sure to get the polarity right I always use multimeter to make sure. These were the only leads small enough I had on hand, didn't want to use 99,99% pure silverwire in PTFE tubing(would have to be several strands in this application) that I normally use for signal wiring.

On the regulator schematic I PM'd you, where would I fit a 5K multiturn pot?

Wasn't that hard to fit the wimas, I've handsoldered 0805 SMD's in the past.
It was a bit tricky to remove the SMD's though as they were glued to the pcb
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Old 5th December 2011, 08:07 AM   #102
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Have a modded CD880 here, kept OS.

As i said: stunning results

(PS to chips, separate IV with own PS from mains, kwak clock, reclocking and dem reclock, MSB caps changed, Oscons all around)

Never had a CDP that good

Can make a picture of the used shunt schematics
Please do

Thank you!
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Old 5th December 2011, 08:17 AM   #103
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Finding 470uF Rubycon ZLH or 470uF Rubycon ZLG is proving to be a major headache here in Sweden

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What are these? Oscon sepc? Googled it without getting much wiser
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Old 5th December 2011, 08:44 AM   #104
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There is always the TPR I suggested. The diagram will be in the LM317 datasheet.
TPR, is that tracking preregulator?
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Old 5th December 2011, 09:07 AM   #105
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On the regulator schematic I PM'd you, where would I fit a 5K multiturn pot?
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Look in the previous post by Tubee!!! Its a link to a schematic for a reasonable reg using LM317. The LED's are used to set the ADJ voltage and the result is much lower noise than the usual std 317 reg config.
I'd build the ones with the LED's!! The pot would be to adjust the output voltage, but the LED's are doing the job here. Make sure you heatsink the output device if its for the 7220 chip

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What are these? Oscon sepc? Googled it without getting much wiser
I've offered previously to get components for you at cost + p&p if you are having issues. 10 x 470uF ZLG cost less than £5 as does 10 x 330uF 6.3v NS AL Solidpolymer by Nichicon

The reason I have suggested these types is primarily because they are suited to this application but secondly they cost a fraction of the boutique parts that may or mat not be better dependant on application.

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TPR, is that tracking preregulator?
Yes, its a bit more complicated but also very good.
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I'm posting from my iPhone, write more later.
I'd grately appreciate if you could get me those caps, both types.
Can't afford then until the 19th though.
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Old 5th December 2011, 11:32 AM   #107
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Just got home.
Got this today:

TSUP(?), looks like TSU:
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Belt and wheel for cd-tray:
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Todays work so far, might start on a PS later but for now I listening to music.

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Todays work so far, might start on a PS later but for now I listening to music.
It'll take a good few hours to settle, but hows it sounding?
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It'll take a good few hours to settle, but hows it sounding?
after just 20min or so at low volume(but my dipoles sounds good then too), the fiance is sleeping, I'm impressed!

You were right about removing the smd's under the wima's too.

I'd say it sound less rugged, softer without losing detail. Relaxed, dynamic, more details, instruments doesn't sound as "electronic", less grunge in lack of a better word

EDIT: It's actually like cleaning a dirty window to use a borrowed expression.

amazing improvements at a very low cost, and it's not yet settled as you point out
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