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Old 29th November 2012, 09:10 AM   #18861
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Thanks for all the help everyone i have got it working and those mundorf and rubycon caps have made a fair imrovement
Great!! Good to hear you've got it working again.

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Old 29th November 2012, 11:31 AM   #18862
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Is anyone using rhem sorbothane feet are thay any good are oak ones better
Based on others comments previously it seems to depend on the stand/shelf material in combination with the feet material.

I've used both but never really noticed much difference except with an old plastic philips player using sorbothene feet and sitting on a very thick heavy wooden base (chopping board!).

With oak feet I got fed up with the player sliding back everytime I pressed a button.

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Old 29th November 2012, 11:31 PM   #18863
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Great!! Good to hear you've got it working again.

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Thanks ray its given me a bit more confidence now to do some more mods
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Old 29th November 2012, 11:32 PM   #18864
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Based on others comments previously it seems to depend on the stand/shelf material in combination with the feet material.

I've used both but never really noticed much difference except with an old plastic philips player using sorbothene feet and sitting on a very thick heavy wooden base (chopping board!).

With oak feet I got fed up with the player sliding back everytime I pressed a button.

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Old 30th November 2012, 01:31 PM   #18865
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Thanks ray its given me a bit more confidence now to do some more mods
Yeah, now that everything is working again and you have a stable player, you can start thinking about further tweaks that can be done. The CD67 is very tweak-friendly, and there's a lot of room on the board for larger capacitors.

A decent clock, improved analog filter, or go all the way and build a DOS :-)

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Old 30th November 2012, 10:16 PM   #18866
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Yeah, now that everything is working again and you have a stable player, you can start thinking about further tweaks that can be done. The CD67 is very tweak-friendly, and there's a lot of room on the board for larger capacitors.

A decent clock, improved analog filter, or go all the way and build a DOS :-)

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ray,
Im looking@ your flea boards minus the crystal where do you get the tentlabs crystal from?,Also are they dual output as 16.934/8.46.for the servo or do i need a divide by circuit.
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Old 30th November 2012, 10:29 PM   #18867
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Hi Alan,

The Tentlabs XO can be ordered... at Tentlabs

There are also dealers available worldwide, but they do not all sell the DIY products like the XO. In case you decide to order a Flea board, I can get one for you as well, I order there regularly.

The Flea board has two outputs, but they are both taken from the XO's output. So a divider is needed for the servo. Or a second Flea

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You know what's better than The Flea, Alan?

Two Fleas!

Click the image to open in full size.

I got my oscillators direct from the TentLabs web shop, but it did take a few weeks. Guido recommends ordering from one of his resellers if you want them in a hurry.
Adding these made a HUGE difference to my player.

Edit: Ah, Ray beat me to it!
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I thought you had a C2 Alan??
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