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Old 22nd April 2012, 12:00 PM   #821
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is that two dollars and quite a few cents, or two thousand six hundred and seventy five dollars (=$2675)?


$ 2675 (two thousand six hundred and seventy five dollars)

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Old 23rd April 2012, 07:53 AM   #823
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Old 25th April 2012, 04:37 AM   #824
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Hi Oliver, all,
Apologies if this has been answered already.. Eyes getting blurry from the long discussions!

I understand the Red Baron input attenuators is designed for 5v TTL, can it be modified to accept the 3.3v output from the WM8805 directly? This eliminates the need for buffers?

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Hi Oliver, all,
Apologies if this has been answered already.. Eyes getting blurry from the long discussions!

I understand the Red Baron input attenuators is designed for 5v TTL, can it be modified to accept the 3.3v output from the WM8805 directly? This eliminates the need for buffers?

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Hi Colin,

the only way is to use the buffer module.

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Oliver, remind me again why that is? Because of the flipflop?

Because one would think that the attennuators would work on 3.3v as well (with lower value resistors).
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Old 6th June 2012, 04:04 PM   #829
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I never got the attenuators to work with 3.3v from both WM8805 and CDpro2... I ended up discarding the attenuators and use simple grid stoppers...

Correct me if Im wrong, but isnt that the attenuators are to avoid saturating the TDA1541 input? In that case, direct drive with 3.3v should not be a problem?
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Hi Oliver,
I just recieved my Red Baron pcb a couple of weeks back.Do I have to still do the leg change on the output devices or has the board layout changed?

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