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Old 5th December 2012, 04:39 AM   #1
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hi all,

Is it the output of the dac modules in current or in tension? what dac are employed? analog devices maybe?
Is it the I/V conversion performed by transistor, by resistor ,by transformer or by tube employed?
thanks for reading
cheers
Paolo

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hi all,

Is it the output of the dac modules in current or in tension? what dac are employed? analog devices maybe?
Is it the I/V conversion performed by transistor, by resistor ,by transformer or by tube employed?
thanks for reading
cheers
Paolo
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