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Old 23rd January 2004, 07:20 PM   #1
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Question Lehmann Dac+ tweaks question.

Could anybody please tell me if the Lehmann Dac+ will benefit from "piggybacking" its DAC chip (CS4390)? Also, could anyone suggest/advise some other beneficial tweaks?

A block diagram of the PCB can be found here as well as some other info about the unit.

[would it be very difficult/costly to implement a class "A" (balanced) output stage? how 'bout incorporating a Monarchy DIP in the same box? ... anything else?]

Any comments will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

P.S. Would you advise me to bypass the output capacitors (jumpers 6/7, if you looked at the diagram) if the unit is to be plugged into a Pass X-150?
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