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Old 1st June 2004, 07:20 PM   #1
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Default Two oscillators replaced by one?

Denon 755 has 2 oscillators: one at cdx2500bq reciever-decoder-whatever and the other at sm5845af filter. Both are 16,9344 Hz and are physically about 12cm from each other.

Will it be wise to use one Kwak-Clock near dsc-s (1702) and feed all that stuff from that? The reason for questioning is the physical distance between those things.
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Denon 755 has 2 oscillators: one at cdx2500bq reciever-decoder-whatever and the other at sm5845af filter. Both are 16,9344 Hz and are physically about 12cm from each other.

Will it be wise to use one Kwak-Clock near dsc-s (1702) and feed all that stuff from that? The reason for questioning is the physical distance between those things.
Hi Ola,
If the frequncy is the same I would try one oscillator. Placed in between I don't see the 6cm distance as a problem.
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Old 2nd June 2004, 07:44 PM   #3
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Thanks, Elso, I'll go for one.
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