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inertial 24th December 2012 09:36 AM

pioneer pd 77 e pd 95 15 years ago legato link
doe s the two cdp ( wich employ the same dac chip) output in tension or in current. in every case is it possible sewap the dac with a philips alwajs in stocjk without loss the legato link behaviour?


cheers Paolo

stephensank 24th December 2012 05:51 PM

They are current output dacs, but it would be a very major job to integrate alternate dac chip circuitry in it's place. I would strongly suggest you find yourself a PD-S06, which is the one & only Pioneer stable platter player to have real LegatoLink + R2R ladder dacs. It uses PCM1702's, which, when supported properly w/power & output circuits, are absolutely wonderful dac chips. IMO, no Philips dac chip competes.

inertial 25th December 2012 09:46 AM

Very thanks for all precious informations.
I am very happy that the series dac are output current device.

Good year

inertial 26th December 2012 10:07 AM

Please is it the pickup laser of PD 77 e PD 95 always reperible? Where?
And how much does it costs?

Thank you very much!

inertial 29th December 2012 09:10 AM

hey ,kind guys,
are the dac chip single SE for channel or push pull tipe two per channel?

karakodil 29th December 2012 10:36 AM

Hi! pioneer pd 95/77/75 have a symmetric exit on tension and the digital filters coinciding with pin NPC of the SM5803/13 series PD75 - PD95 Legato Link have no

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