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Old 6th July 2007, 06:56 PM   #7101
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errr don't know why it posted twice

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Thats ok mate but thought they certainly deserved a honest opinion
If I didn't have the ALW super regs and PFM flea's in my dac I'd have like to have got a few tbh, are they suitable for 3.3v too?

Those Servo clocks would be a nice addition for the Marantz's
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Old 6th July 2007, 07:21 PM   #7102
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Yes 3.3 is viable with the regs.

Don't know if you have tried a servo clock but these things make the player jump a few hundred pounds in the quality stakes.

Fine details are sublime with delicate washy treble actually sounding like an instrument rather than a hissy noise. Timber on bass is also improved.

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Timmmbbbbeeeerrrrr!!!!
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Old 6th July 2007, 07:34 PM   #7104
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Sounds good Brent, is that a Crystek oscillator you using on the servo clock?
Its nice to have these high performance parts thats compact, anyway surely there should be enough interest in the servo clocks, I don't know of anybody else who offers them
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You can buy an Audiocom Superclock 3 with the correct frequency for the servo, but it's 200.
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It will be good, but not 200 good. Brent has a SC3 on his DAC and an SC2 on his servo. The detail and quality of treble is exceptional, no doubt partly due to those and also the quality regs. But he's using all Audiocom!!
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I've only tried the SC2, prefered the Tentlabs tbh although the Audiocom is very good
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Old 6th July 2007, 08:03 PM   #7109
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Now that's rather interesting... I've always sort of assumed the Audiocoms were the best out there. I could do with replacing mine at some point (it's slightly troubled) so I'll look into that.

In what way did they sound different?
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It will be good, but not 200 good. Brent has a SC3 on his DAC and an SC2 on his servo. The detail and quality of treble is exceptional, no doubt partly due to those and also the quality regs. But he's using all Audiocom!!
I have 6 S Power in mine now + Invisus and lots of S regs lol

slowly moving over to SPower but i don't want to use up my companies profit.

The Oscillator is a Golledge XVCO spec etc chosen by me. The ic is precision very stable low noise low ripple uber voltage regulator. It appears to be the best available. The largest smt cap is 35V 10uF. Quite big you will agree.

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