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Old 3rd May 2007, 05:58 PM   #11
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Default Re: Here is the translation

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Mistakes? Where
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Old 4th May 2007, 01:28 AM   #12
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The mistake I meant ... is my translation
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Much better than nothing! Thanks for doing it bbp.
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Much better than nothing! Thanks for doing it bbp.

G&W is a company relate to the Tsinghua University (The best university in China as well as Peking University!!!)

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My wife, from Wu Xi, said it's the best university of the world
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Default ^_^ That sounds interesting

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My wife, from Wu Xi, said it's the best university of the world

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Of course the two are not best in the world,but in China they are.
I'm so glad to hear that your wife is a chinese,How you two met and get married must be a long story,right? ^_^
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This is far from the amp...
Met her when at customer here in France (for a Shenzen company), then gave mails...
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Ok I've checked the live/neutral of the amp, I mean used the tips wich is check AC voltage between an RCA plug at its ground and me. It shows 4V in one way (as it's wired) and 1V in the other way, wich will be the new one as soon as I'll get some stuff to protect the wires after it's soldered (you know stuff you warm and get smaller...).
I need to find some tools to remove the TX, strange size (bolt of 14).
Sound changed as I've first changed the NE5532 to the LM4562 (seems to be more air in there), but a big change happened when I've changed my CDP opamps (AD8599) AND plug it with the right L/N way: massive bass!
Some other things I'm talking about in the CDP topic (check 1st message up here).
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I have read the opamp's voltage regulators are 7815 and 7915 and I kwon the 5532 datasheet. I think that you could try to connect a 2.2k 5% 1/4 W resistor, between the out pin and the ground pin, on the voltages regulators. These resistances make to work the regolators with a smaller distortion when they work with the 5532. I council you to replace the 5532 with the world famous BB opa2604, used on top equipments. The resistances could be connecting also with the 2604. I council you to try the resistances with the 5532 and after to make the substitution with the 2604.
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Default OPA2604 is really a good OP

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I have read the opamp's voltage regulators are 7815 and 7915 and I kwon the 5532 datasheet. I think that you could try to connect a 2.2k 5% 1/4 W resistor, between the out pin and the ground pin, on the voltages regulators. These resistances make to work the regolators with a smaller distortion when they work with the 5532. I council you to replace the 5532 with the world famous BB opa2604, used on top equipments. The resistances could be connecting also with the 2604. I council you to try the resistances with the 5532 and after to make the substitution with the 2604.
The OPA2604AP ,which can work at +/-24V sound pretty good!

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