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Old 25th April 2006, 03:44 PM   #2011
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Simon I used on the original 5v reg a 6.3V 10000uF 26 X 18 so that in case of a power cut the 5v rail would continue to work for approx 43mins LOL

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Simon I used on the original 5v reg a 6.3V 10000uF 26 X 18 so that in case of a power cut the 5v rail would continue to work for approx 43mins LOL

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lol!

My sub plays music for about 10s after being turned off. It has about 65000uF. Not quite 43 mins tho lol.
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Old 25th April 2006, 03:53 PM   #2013
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Simon I used on the original 5v reg a 6.3V 10000uF 26 X 18 so that in case of a power cut the 5v rail would continue to work for approx 43mins LOL

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That would be amazing, but surely the amp would go off in the power cut (unless it had a similar thing).

im going to go fiddle with my supercock 2



il stop with the sexual innuendo's now, as we are just diy audio geeks with nothing better to talk about, except how we can make caps sound sexy. lol
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Old 25th April 2006, 06:23 PM   #2014
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That would be amazing, but surely the amp would go off in the power cut (unless it had a similar thing).

im going to go fiddle with my supercock 2



il stop with the sexual innuendo's now, as we are just diy audio geeks with nothing better to talk about, except how we can make caps sound sexy. lol
What are you going to do to your superclock?

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What are you going to do to your superclock?

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Perhaps he should spend some of his loan on reading glasses and a 'mavis beacon' course !
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One day without internet and suddenly 5 more pages are added to this thread! This is one .... of an active thread!

The fet stage looks nice, the building quality looks really good, nice one ray!

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ps. Elso Kwak has not replied yet after his post last sunday, or did I miss it?
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One day without internet and suddenly 5 more pages are added to this thread! This is one .... of an active thread!
Yes, we've been quite busy today .
It took me some extra elbow-grease to keep up typing on the keyboard.

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The fet stage looks nice, the building quality looks really good, nice one ray!
Thanks Jacco. It sounds very nice too! Just spent another few hours listening to some of my favorite cd's.

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ps. Elso Kwak has not replied yet after his post last sunday, or did I miss it?
No, I haven't seen any posts or mail from him.
So, anyone interested in a CD-clock PCB group buy??

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So, anyone interested in a CD-clock PCB group buy??

Hey, I was joking .......







but yeh, what the hell....ok !
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Old 25th April 2006, 09:21 PM   #2019
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ok done some mods tonight.

* added the tentlabs clock with diy powersupply (removed all the components mentioned here).

Also soldered the AD8620's to their soic to dip socket, but did not put them in yet, first I want to listen to the difference the tent clock has made.
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Old 25th April 2006, 10:32 PM   #2020
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Hello everybody,

the groupbuy was about a clock, wasn't it?

I'm not interested in a groupbuy, unless it will provide a considerable improvement on my current clock: XO2. I'm afraid I have to say that the improvements in the analogue circuit are best heard in this player, so spending another 15 for the pcb (just a guess) and another 30 euro for the pcb is not a road i'm eager to explore.

I was just curious about the reactions of the different people on this forum.

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