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Old 14th February 2008, 07:09 PM   #1531
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there is no need to thank me ........ and to make me blush ( even if that is pretty impossible )

I was interested in exact difference (sound etc. ) between these two sides of same coin...... hehe - even if mine is pretty gray comparing it to certain complexity of chips ...... ...... thinking about difference in efforts to make one or another and final results ....

in any case - if these chippy dreks are made by Papa's pattie pattie , they can't be bad ..... so easily




btw - I can't find exact schmtc of twisted X without too much trouble ..... (seems that today search func and me aren't in good relation )

have you linkie to exact post ............


hehe - I can bother ya - seems that your shoulder is certainly better - more than one post in a week
Yep, shoulder is pretty good, so I am posting again using too much time on PC, so shoulder is gonna be bad again
There is all reason to thank you!! You have been giving more to the DIYaudio community than anyone else (except Mr P. ofcourse) Babbelfish & Pumpkin, together with a never ending will to help out!! DIYaudio would be a poor place, without you
Here is the TXD manual made by the two great pears:
http://www.twistedpearaudio.com/docs...-doc.pdf<br />
For a chip, I can assure that it sounds just great! I was pretty surprised to find out!

Oh, and here is a piccy of the mess, look at them small TXD boards:


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Old 14th February 2008, 07:21 PM   #1532
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Yep, shoulder is pretty good, so I am posting again using too much time on PC, so shoulder is gonna be bad again*************************************** ********

Oh, and here is a piccy of the mess, look at them small TXD boards:




after that post of yours , only I can is to crawl under greatest rock I can find , for at least few dayzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

just one thing before that (crawling ) - what's easiest way to find few these chipsies for playin' purposes ........ ?

(I'll not mention how that thingie will work even with plain simple shunt reg ........ )
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Old 14th February 2008, 07:21 PM   #1533
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Steen, Thanks, but I have to think a little bit about...
(You mean that said input is then always RCA?, definitively non-XLR, nevermore...)

What you says about Pumpkin is absolutely what I expect from this Serb-Jewel.



Peanuts butter and cevapi.

I can't wait to finish mine...




Its not even difficult, when you look at it the right way Imagine this scenario: You have balanced inputs and single ended inputs! 2 inputs are reserved for balanced signals so they are left untouched!! Input #1and#2 are reserved for that! Now #3 to #6 are supposed to be single ended inputs (SE) So those will need to have the -IN grounded! Follow me so far?? Well, in case of the Darwin running balanced, there is 3 connections for each channel: + - and GND. What I did was to connect (short) the -IN of input 3-6 to GND right at the Darwins input selection!! You could do the excact same thing with a normal input selector with 4 decks....

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Old 14th February 2008, 07:22 PM   #1534
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... There is all reason to thank you!!...
I second that...
Seriously.

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Old 14th February 2008, 07:31 PM   #1535
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after that post of yours , only I can is to crawl under greatest rock I can find , for at least few dayzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

just one thing before that (crawling ) - what's easiest way to find few these chipsies for playin' purposes ........ ?

(I'll not mention how that thingie will work even with plain simple shunt reg ........ )
No reason to hide under rock... I am sure a lot of folks around here says the same
There is no easy way of finding those chips, I guess... National Semi more ore less shut down on samples! (Chipamp anyone??)
I have some that I bought from Digikey. I would be more than happy to send you a few of them Wont cost you a dime They are sort of SMD, so be warned

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being a professor is somewhat ......... something

I know that - my better half was/is professor , beside other things
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I have some that I bought from Digikey. I would be more than happy to send you a few of them Wont cost you a dime They are sort of SMD, so be warned


that will be more than welcome - as soon you receive substitution for magically vanished pcb from Rovsing's drawer ........

just curious - how much they costed at digikey?

are they still available ?
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being a professor is somewhat ......... something

I know that - my better half was/is professor , beside other things
Manu is a professor If you (Manu) have trouble with something, send it to me and I will fix it I am not a professor, I am just plain stubborn
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Old 14th February 2008, 07:49 PM   #1539
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that will be more than welcome - as soon you receive substitution for magically vanished pcb from Rovsing's drawer ........

just curious - how much they costed at digikey?

are they still available ?
He-he, Rovsing never found out what happened The poor chap is way too slow Besides that, he fart too much.
They cost in the neighbourhood of 4-5 USD as far as I recall... I will check it out.


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Old 14th February 2008, 08:03 PM   #1540
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Here ya' go:
http://search.digikey.com/scripts/Dk...ywords=ths4131
Prices without VAT and whatever....Usually adds up to a sigificant amount.......

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