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Old 30th December 2003, 08:54 PM   #1
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Default the "Post your Psu for digital divices" thread

I want to make a tread with some gatherd info on psu`s for digital devices. -clocks, cd players, dac`s-

So to speak -low current-, high stability, and low noise factor psu`s with some info on them.

So go ahead, post your psu and plz specify where u used it, whats so good about it, a schematic, and additional info. -is it shunt regulated?, did u experiment with caps? What regulator is used? All that gives a clear idea of what the psu is all about

Ofcourse post only what u found to be the best psu for that specific digital device. No need to post every psu u ever made.

Happy posting.

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Old 30th December 2003, 09:34 PM   #2
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Those threads exist already in many aspects and another one repeating the same info does not make too much sense IMO

Please use the Search function and reopen an old thread about this instead when necessary after reading all posts. hint: Fmak has posted quite frequently about this subject with very useful information.

Or you can read all the info you need about the subject and save it in one Word/Abiword/OpenOffice file or even better; make one PDF containing all the info you need. I can recommend OpenOffice because documents look better and it has the ability to save documents as a PDF file. BTW OpenOffice is free and available in the dutch language ( ).

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Old 30th December 2003, 10:06 PM   #3
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Nevertheless, if anyone wants to post their psu, go ahead, and save this thread

I didn`t know there where other psu threads, containing just schematics and some info. Think I better go and search them right now!
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