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Old 1st March 2006, 03:15 PM   #1121
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............ where is the best place to put the one 5V super-reg i have

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Probably +5v for the DAC 'Analog' supply


You can feed it from the psu I'm sending you - plenty of capacity.


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Look at this

They use the same TX as my 3

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Audiocom-Super...QQcmdZViewItem
Sue them !


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Old 1st March 2006, 03:38 PM   #1122
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Probably +5v for the DAC 'Analog' supply
You can feed it from the psu I'm sending you - plenty of capacity.


Sue them !

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Cheers andy. I'm just trying to clarify things in my head at the moment, so im not stumped when all these fancy electronics arrive. lol

God i wish i had gone for that audiocom PSU, instead of the one i bought from you. As theirs is 6.25x more expensive, it must be at least 6.25x better than yours
Maybe i should of even ordered a brand new one off their site for ~150

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Cheers andy. I'm just trying to clarify things in my head at the moment, so im not stumped when all these fancy electronics arrive. lol

God i wish i had gone for that audiocom PSU, instead of the one i bought from you. As theirs is 6.25x more expensive, it must be at least 6.25x better than yours
Maybe i should of even ordered a brand new one off their site for ~150


LOL

PSU should be with you Thurs/Fri Signed for delivery

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Old 1st March 2006, 03:46 PM   #1124
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Cheers andy. I'm just trying to clarify things in my head at the moment, so im not stumped when all these fancy electronics arrive. lol

God i wish i had gone for that audiocom PSU, instead of the one i bought from you. As theirs is 6.25x more expensive, it must be at least 6.25x better than yours
Maybe i should of even ordered a brand new one off their site for ~150

That psu is a rip off.

Basicaly its a Q power reg with a 7 TX and 2 nice caps (aerovox and big black one).

But a qpower or super reg ,one of them TX from RS and a few nice caps. Sorted.

SO basically I may have a better psu to my clock with coils ,polyester caps ,BG FK smoothing caps , audiocom super reg and same TX.
And it cost alot less

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Old 1st March 2006, 03:54 PM   #1125
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That psu is a rip off.

Basicaly its a Q power reg with a 7 TX and 2 nice caps (aerovox and big black one).

But a qpower or super reg ,one of them TX from RS and a few nice caps. Sorted.

SO basically I may have a better psu to my clock with coils ,polyester caps ,BG FK smoothing caps , audiocom super reg and same TX.
And it cost alot less

Brent

Perhaps you should start selling yours as 'X-power' or 'Sooper-dooper Reg'
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Old 1st March 2006, 04:00 PM   #1126
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LOL

PSU should be with you Thurs/Fri Signed for delivery

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hehe. Great thanks andy.


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That psu is a rip off.

Basicaly its a Q power reg with a 7 TX and 2 nice caps (aerovox and big black one).

But a qpower or super reg ,one of them TX from RS and a few nice caps. Sorted.

SO basically I may have a better psu to my clock with coils ,polyester caps ,BG FK smoothing caps , audiocom super reg and same TX.
And it cost alot less

Brent
Definately Superdooper-XXX-BOSH-REG. Then spray them in gold, and you can have a bling reg
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Old 1st March 2006, 04:06 PM   #1127
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hehe. Great thanks andy.




Definately Superdooper-XXX-BOSH-REG. Then spray them in gold, and you can have a bling reg
No the gold will be too chav thus rendering the psu hopeless
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Old 1st March 2006, 04:24 PM   #1128
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thanks guys

Those BG caps are much better value there than over at audiocom. 2.41 aint bad, but 4 would be a tenner, and id rather try the cheaper starget (elna) caps @ 1 a piece. I'm a scrounging student don't you know

I'm in contact with ray whose is advising me to use 100n XR7, and 100n PPS ceramic caps in parallel with some of the modified caps listed in the original pdf.

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Hi ad!

Just a word of caution: don't use the Stargets around the digital circuits, I don't trust they are low-ESR. Use the (ultra-) low-impedance types instead.

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Old 1st March 2006, 04:40 PM   #1129
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Hi ad!

Just a word of caution: don't use the Stargets around the digital circuits, I don't trust they are low-ESR. Use the (ultra-) low-impedance types instead.

Regards,

Ray.
Just looking at the stargets. They are oxygen free and designed for high performance and minimum distortion. There is no spec for ESR/impedance. The ripple @ 100Hz appears lower than most.



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Old 1st March 2006, 04:43 PM   #1130
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Now im confused.

So is it ok to use the elnas at C611-614, and C651-654 ?

Il just go with what the mods .pdf says, much easier
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