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Old 18th January 2006, 03:17 PM   #361
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Right here is my nice little TX pcb supplying 2X 18V to the regs.
One for the clock and one for the Digital 5V.

The Analogue 5V and DAC clock 5V regs get there 12V from the Marantz TX. Nothing else uses this rail now.

The sound feels slightly more open again but I will test over night and report back.

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Old 18th January 2006, 05:25 PM   #362
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Rowe - the damping of the CDM, is that just hot glue ?

Nice pics - perhaps you will take a few overviews - just for the inspiration ?

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Right here is my nice little TX pcb supplying 2X 18V to the regs.
One for the clock and one for the Digital 5V.

The Analogue 5V and DAC clock 5V regs get there 12V from the Marantz TX. Nothing else uses this rail now.

The sound feels slightly more open again but I will test over night and report back.
Wow Brent,

Nice pics. You leave no space unused...
Not enough room now for a tubestage

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Old 18th January 2006, 06:00 PM   #364
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Good work sting-Ray!
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nice one

You have saved me the hassle of doing it. hehe

That 30VA TX is enough
Thank you, thank you...you're welcome
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Old 18th January 2006, 06:31 PM   #365
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avr300 - Yes it is hot glue

This will be replaced soon, I have left damping alone for now.

I am trying to source that stuff that converts vibration into heat. Can't find it though!

6h5c - There will always be room.
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Old 18th January 2006, 06:42 PM   #366
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Not enough room now for a tubestage.

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There will always be room.
I have a box full of 6BF7's and equivalents just for this purpose!
Now that the consensus is to remove the HDAM ( or use a '43 ), I guess they can go there.

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I am trying to source that stuff that converts vibration into heat. Can't find it though!
Found that last night....it's called 'girlfriend'
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I tried my wife but I could'nt close the lid.

Also when she moved it skipped
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What are the proposed windings for the super-tx. what va, etc...and more importantly, what is the minimum order, price, lead time etc??

Is ofc possible?
Copper screen?

Personnally, I would prefer at least 3 windings for 5v.

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