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Old 15th February 2004, 08:36 PM   #11
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Old 15th February 2004, 08:51 PM   #12
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I suppose Cd880 will be the best among the ones you mentioned,but I'm no expert at this.

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Old 15th February 2004, 09:20 PM   #13
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Default CD880

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In a week I will get the 880.
Congratulations, Berhard!
Are you going to tweak it?

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Are you going to tweak it?
Not really, I built an external 4 x 1541 S1 DAC.

Maybe the PSU...


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Old 15th February 2004, 09:29 PM   #15
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If you are going to use it only as a transport Philips 304MKII might be the best of them.
CDM 1 is suppose to be better than CDM 1/MKII.

I only don't know which of them sits in CD 960.

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Not really, I built an external 4 x 1541 S1 DAC.

Maybe the PSU...


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Be sure to make the SPDIF output right, it is the weakest spot in most Philips cdplayers. A better transformer will do wonders.

Even better; make that DAC inside the cdplayer without using SPDIF and go with I2S. The very best approach if you ask me.

What's up with the 4 x TDA1541A S1 thingie ?
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Here you can see a lot of nice pictures of the CD880 interior.
One thing puzzles me: the Internal ROM-software link shows a picture of an IC I do not have in my CDD882.
Is it part of the DAC?
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Be sure to make the SPDIF output right, it is the weakest spot in most Philips cdplayers. A better transformer will do wonders.

Even better; make that DAC inside the cdplayer without using SPDIF and go with I2S. The very best approach if you ask me.

What's up with the 4 x TDA1541A S1 thingie ?
No space inside.

The 4 x TDA1541A S1 thingie:

Slowly but surely...

The preregulator board is finished 100x160mm
TL431 board also finished. 100x160mm
DAC board in progress. 100x200mm
Tube output stage board comes next. 100x160mm
PSU for tube output stage. 100x160mm
reclock ?

Already too much to put in a cdp...

What about I2S via shielded cable & maybe driver op amp to external DAC ???


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Old 15th February 2004, 10:16 PM   #19
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Here you can see a lot of nice pictures of the CD880 interior.
One thing puzzles me: the Internal ROM-software link shows a picture of an IC I do not have in my CDD882.
Is it part of the DAC?
Make a guess where I got my new machine
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Old 15th February 2004, 10:46 PM   #20
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Just had a closer look @ the 830.

CDM4/19 transport.

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