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Old 4th December 2005, 08:21 AM   #1
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Default Enlightened Audio Designs EAD T1000 Transport

Can anyone help with a circuit of this transport, sounds really good standard, it's got, unashamidly written across the front, Ultra-Low-Jitter-Clock-Circuit, I would love to try to make it better I hear they don't exist anymore, hope someone can help with the circuit.

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Old 5th October 2014, 06:18 PM   #2
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(...) it's got, unashamidly written across the front, Ultra-Low-Jitter-Clock-Circuit (...)
No, it hasn't a "ultra low jitter clock circuit". It has an unashamidly written across the front "ultra low jitter RECLOCKING circuitry".
If one wants to have a superclock installed, one has to install it personally.
As I own an EAD T-1000, I did it myself. I will show it below.
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A precision (1ppm TCXO) clock installed:
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It is placed that way to reduce connection wire length.

The TCXO is suspended on rubber washers to isolate it from vibrations:
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LDO and low noise regulators in the supply:
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Additional little transformer feeding the clock alone:
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I replaced a coax RCA socket with WBT 0210 Nextgen also:
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Additionally I installed Furutech IEC socket:
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...and damped the enclosure with bitum mat:
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Ah, I almost forgot.
My EAD was an american version designed for 110V.
As I live in Europe and have 230V in the wall sockets, I had to use an additional transformer 230 ->110V or... replace the transformer inside the EAD. After some research I found several units dedicated to this model. Replaced it succesfully and did the same for my friend's T1000. I still have few such transformers on my shelf.
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