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Old 9th April 2002, 04:16 AM   #21
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As for the design approaches that make for a good dac J.H. has pretty much covered this over past few posts in this and other threads.
The reason for my question was not to seek a recommendation of any kind but to find something J.H. approved to compare the Wadia with given the way it departs from the norm.
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In a different thread Jocko said that he might have a design that meets his criteria and might have circuit boards available.
I for one am waiting to build it.

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I suggest you check the Trading Post.
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Thanks but he had suggested a complete DAC less power supply and IV stage.

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You want me to design a whole sodding D/A! Give me a break.

Digital done right...........somewhere around here I have an article discussing this very topic. It is about 10 years old, but there is no clue as to what publication it came from. I'll do some work to see if I can ascertain its source.

But once again.......the grounding, the power supplies, the little things that don't show up on the schematic are what makes it sound good. Like clean clocks. No reflections on the digital in/out ports.

And don't accuse me of being a reviewer again, or l will really go bonkers. [joke]

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Old 9th April 2002, 07:50 AM   #26
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Default Re: Harshness

Originally posted by Elso Kwak
Hi Halcyon,
With the asynchronous reclocking 95 % of the harshness is gone.

I'm very interested in asynchronous resampling to defeat harshness, but I don't have the necessary skills to work on my machine myself.

I tried to send you an e-mail about the MODs for Philips 962SA I own.

Did you get it?


PS You can contact me at halcyon @ myrealbox dot com. Make a usable address out of that by hand, I spelled it like that due to spambots.
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