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Old 14th March 2006, 02:49 PM   #1381
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Default Super-clock 2

Hi rowemeister.

It seems that the pictures have been taken off the link for the super-clock 2 mod's, I'll try to dig out my camera and take some pic's of my clock so you'll have a better idea off were everything goes.

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Old 14th March 2006, 03:10 PM   #1382
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Hi rowemeister.

It seems that the pictures have been taken off the link for the super-clock 2 mod's, I'll try to dig out my camera and take some pic's of my clock so you'll have a better idea off were everything goes.

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That would be very good cheers

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Old 14th March 2006, 06:54 PM   #1383
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Hi,

It's the deal I went for! (I haven't tried my lot yet)
Rubycon zl 100uf 25v on ebay!!!!

I thought abit about business for a moment but thought the volume to shift would be too high to make it worthwhile!

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Old 14th March 2006, 06:56 PM   #1384
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was it better?

Tell me tell me

Hi Brent and philpoole,

it was a cd6000 and yes it was better, timing and bass were a lot better, but only did a short stint as I have a wee one sleeping. I think its a well worthwhile inprovement.
BTW I didnt try only clocking the reciever and letting it buffer the clock to the dacs.

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Old 15th March 2006, 07:28 AM   #1385
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Hi Brent and philpoole,

it was a cd6000 and yes it was better, timing and bass were a lot better, but only did a short stint as I have a wee one sleeping. I think its a well worthwhile inprovement.
BTW I didnt try only clocking the reciever and letting it buffer the clock to the dacs.

cheers Arthur

Cool.

That will be sorted this week then
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Old 15th March 2006, 07:57 AM   #1386
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everything i have found refering clocking and reclocking, all state
the dac is thirst.
anything else is referenced of it.

maybe we need one of the clock guy's for more guidance.
or post a question in one of there threads

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Old 15th March 2006, 08:33 AM   #1387
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hi Awpagen,

Theres a thread on the forum on how to reclock the cd6000 and I aked a question and got a reply from one of the clock gurus.
Im pretty sure I got it right

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Old 15th March 2006, 12:28 PM   #1388
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I know its not a cd thing but with all my mods I decided to get that nice Cable Talk The Reference RCA (200) to replace my Cable Talk Reference 3 cable (135).

I did not pay those prices

WOW

Little bit more detail in treble.
More low end bass
But the best bit is how natural vocals are. Makes my other cable sound too warm.


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Old 15th March 2006, 03:08 PM   #1389
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Hi Folks,

my cd63 is giving me some problems with my preamp project due to its dc at the outputs. I'm getting ~30mv/25mv .

What sort of figures are you getting in your output capless/hdam-less players?

More to the point, is there a way to trim dc offset apart from balancing 10k/27k resistors (not done yet)?

I notice Brent has only 2mv- lucky sod!
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Hi Folks,

my cd63 is giving me some problems with my preamp project due to its dc at the outputs. I'm getting ~30mv/25mv .

What sort of figures are you getting in your output capless/hdam-less players?

More to the point, is there a way to trim dc offset apart from balancing 10k/27k resistors (not done yet)?

I notice Brent has only 2mv- lucky sod!
I had 22mv left channel and 24mv right channel. The star earthing has sorted it to 2mv on both channels.
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