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Old 26th March 2012, 04:24 AM   #1
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Default Independant Inductive DC Filtering.

Hi,
I have an idea to discuss about extremely smooth DC power supply developed by Simaudio. They call i²DCf in addition of voltage regulation power supply.
Because of my listening of Moon CD1 + Moon 340 integrated amplifier with ProAc Respond D18, What I got in some moment of listen them, It was really clean background and good space between singer voice and instruments.

That the reason why I searched how they done.
Then found it from their Education page Simaudio Education - Global Technologies
There are 40 stages of this filter on MOON P-8 Preamplifier.

But really don't know how actually circuit was.
I thought it probably to be like this. What do you think about the performance in hi frequency of this circuit.

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