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How does that circuit work ?
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Old 28th April 2005, 07:03 PM   #1
Bernhard is offline Bernhard  Germany
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Question How does that circuit work ?

This is from my TEAC ZD700, 1 DAC chip for both channels, the three pots adjust noise on low level signals.
Switches are 4053.
To me it looks like those 150k form a bridge and in the middle noise is cancelled, but how ?

By the way, the output of this player is DC coupled - no caps.

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