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Old 20th March 2007, 05:33 PM   #31
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Old 20th March 2007, 09:43 PM   #32
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Old 19th April 2007, 10:17 AM   #33
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Can the D1 be used with a PCM1794 and be set to line out ?
The PCM1794 has +/- outputs
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Old 19th April 2007, 01:46 PM   #34
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Can the D1 be used with a PCM1794 and be set to line out ?
The PCM1794 has +/- outputs
As far as I recall, pcm1794 has twice the output current needed, so you'll have to scale down the gain in order to avoid clipping. But it should be easily done.
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Old 19th April 2007, 03:51 PM   #35
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Old 19th April 2007, 04:01 PM   #36
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As far as I recall, pcm1794 has twice the output current needed, so you'll have to scale down the gain in order to avoid clipping. But it should be easily done.
Thanks Cviller I've been searching around trying to find some info how to use it with a dac that has +/- outputs , if I had a balanced pre etc I'd just build a pair of D1's, balanced in balanced out but I need line out.

I presume theres some instructions in the manual how to connect it up to various dacs?
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Thanks Cviller I've been searching around trying to find some info how to use it with a dac that has +/- outputs , if I had a balanced pre etc I'd just build a pair of D1's, balanced in balanced out but I need line out.

I presume theres some instructions in the manual how to connect it up to various dacs?
You won't find much instruction in the manual, but d1 is balanced anyways. You make 4 identical iv stages and use two for each channel. I have single ended preamp, so I just take the signal between + and gnd on the output of the iv stages. A bit of a waste really, but I'm planning on building another preamp to match my F4...
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You won't find much instruction in the manual, but d1 is balanced anyways. You make 4 identical iv stages and use two for each channel. I have single ended preamp, so I just take the signal between + and gnd on the output of the iv stages. A bit of a waste really, but I'm planning on building another preamp to match my F4...
Ok thanks, I was hoping to be able to use just a pair of the D1's mainly to keep things compact with the PCM1794 dac, oh well
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Old 4th June 2007, 07:15 AM   #39
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could you please mail me D1 service manual as well... to mattityahu (a_t_) gmail (_d_ot) com

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You won't find much instruction in the manual, but d1 is balanced anyways. You make 4 identical iv stages and use two for each channel. I have single ended preamp, so I just take the signal between + and gnd on the output of the iv stages. A bit of a waste really, but I'm planning on building another preamp to match my F4...
Hi cviller,
Did you build the D1?




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