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ash_dac 25th November 2005 06:46 PM

Wanted: Dac pcb for tda1541a (non tube based)
 
Hi,

Does anyone have a nice DAC pcb for tda1541a (non tube)?

I have looked on the net, and most of the 'well-known' tda1541a pcbs have been discontinued.


Kind regards,

Ashley.

Cobra2 25th November 2005 09:01 PM

You can have this...
 
2 Attachment(s)
-without the DAC & reciever-chip, + analog(discrete) IV stage.
(will take new picture later)

Arne K

Anything fun for trade?

ash_dac 25th November 2005 09:25 PM

Arne K,

erm not really got much of equivalent value:-

-a used untested Philips cdpro mechanism
-a tda1543 dac board
-tda1541a dac
-tda1543's (7)
-opa627AP (X5)

Where did you get the pcb from?



Kind regards,

Ashley.

Cobra2 25th November 2005 10:33 PM

Dac...
 
2 Attachment(s)
CD-Pro is interesting...or?

You may have the board with 1451A "std" & CS8412.
There are also an extra IV board, can be set to different config, to suit 1543.
Boards are made of a forum-member far east.
All documentation (part-list & setup/test) is included.

Arne K
cobra2(at)online.no

ash_dac 26th November 2005 07:52 AM

Re: Dac...
 
Quote:

Originally posted by Cobra2
CD-Pro is interesting...or?

You may have the board with 1451A "std" & CS8412.
There are also an extra IV board, can be set to different config, to suit 1543.
Boards are made of a forum-member far east.
All documentation (part-list & setup/test) is included.

Arne K
cobra2(at)online.no

Arne K,

Have you built one?

Is the documentation in English?

Note my cdpro mechanism is 2nd hand, and untested by me!

I cannot test the cdpro myself because I do not have a DSA protocol board, or the equipment at hand.


Kind regards,

Ashley.

Cobra2 26th November 2005 09:35 AM

The pictures shows my (built) boards
 
They are buit & tested...
All info is in english.
The pcb's (1 dac + 2 analog) were ~ $ 100 empty.

Any reasonable offer gets them all. You will need trafo & chassi.

Arne K

matski 7th January 2006 05:44 PM

Hi all,

My first post and maybe it'll be of some use. I have a complete dac section from a cambridge audio cd2 spare. I built a good one from two dead units and have it available. It is complete,in good order and works as I have tested it. I didn't use this particular one as the other one had aluminium heat strips fitted to the tda1541 i.c's (x4) and seeing as the cd2 suffers a bit from cooking I used that one instead.

Regards

Mat


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