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Old 22nd April 2008, 04:42 AM   #11
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Hi Jan,
may I ask you for further elaboration (shematics, ...)?
This simple schem is my latest. I made it a year ago for testing high Current 50 Ohm Impedanced interconnections between Line Level Sources (Therefore the J1-14 Jumpers and R9-R14 load resistors).
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And here is the test rig that have been running for the last year.

Two SSM2404 mono Input circuits (at the far back), each with it's own regulated power supply. In the front you see two mono Output Buffers (also each with their own regulated supply) to connect to the Power Amp.

What a difference compared to normal interconnections
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Old 22nd April 2008, 08:11 AM   #13
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Hi Jan,
thank you very much for your exhaustive answer!

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What a difference compared to normal interconnections
May I add the exclamation mark to your above statement?

Seriously:
on your attached photo the well done SSM2404 PCB is seen...
Any bussiness possible?
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Seriously:
on your attached photo the well done SSM2404 PCB is seen...
Any bussiness possible?
Yes around mid May
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Yes around mid May
Hi Jan,
April I to suggest you to speed up a little bit your delivery conditions?

Further questions...
At what charge?
SSM2404 included?
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Old 23rd April 2008, 09:33 AM   #16
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You have not an open email here, so email me from my website: www.audio-circuit.dk
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