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Old 21st March 2010, 07:11 PM   #101
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Dead as a Dodo.

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Old 21st March 2010, 07:23 PM   #102
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Rest assured, the project is not dead. I do apologize for it dragging out, but Brian and I both have had a lot going on both outside and inside TPA.

I will get with him when he is back from his trip about at least offering the boards I have already had made.

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Old 1st April 2010, 04:56 AM   #103
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Rest assured, the project is not dead. I do apologize for it dragging out, but Brian and I both have had a lot going on both outside and inside TPA.
I can understand that! I really don't know how you guys keep up, but thanks for it.

The timing of this is great. I'm finally planning on getting a decent turntable and could use an improved phono pre. As someone without a lot of time myself, your kits are quite nice.

I won't likely need it for a few months - it would be great to know what the rough ETA might be on these? (and maybe an ETA on the second batch in case I miss it...) No detailed schedule or anything, maybe just a WAG?

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Old 23rd April 2010, 04:04 PM   #104
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I suppose the retro has stalled... (as is common I see for you and Brian to Juggle so much - it's understood :-)

in looking again at the circuit, I think I'll go with something more conventional anyway. (I don't need balanced out & my TT won't lend itself to run floating) It's a great looking little design, and quite interesting.

What I really need are some placid boards! And those are out too. You guys are keeping quite busy!
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Old 23rd April 2010, 04:50 PM   #105
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What I really need are some placid boards! And those are out too. You guys are keeping quite busy!
I am actually away on vacation, so everything is marked "Out Of Stock" until this Saturday (though I don't actually return until Tuesday).
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Old 13th May 2010, 05:37 PM   #106
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Any forward motion on this guys or is it following the same downwards curve and the Pearl2 phonostage.

it's a damn DIY phonostage conspiracy... i tell ya.
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I've got faith, they are busy guys...
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Old 20th May 2010, 09:45 AM   #109
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Default ES9102 for audio measurements

dear Russ:

the ES9102 ADC probably is great for recording music, but it would also
be great for us who makes audio measurements and needs the lowest
possible THD. The ES9102 specs an amazing -120 dB THD!

Russ, as an ADC with the ES9102 is on the agenda, I wonder what kind of digital outputs you plan to include? SPDIF? I2S? USB?

BTW,
have you tried the ES9102 eval board?



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The ES9102 is on the agenda. It will be its own module. It will would work just fine with this cct.
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dear Russ:

the ES9102 ADC probably is great for recording music, but it would also
be great for us who makes audio measurements and needs the lowest
possible THD. The ES9102 specs an amazing -120 dB THD!

Russ, as an ADC with the ES9102 is on the agenda, I wonder what kind of digital outputs you plan to include? SPDIF? I2S? USB?

BTW,
have you tried the ES9102 eval board?



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ESS has not released the ES9102 yet.

I will be using it as soon as it is actually available.

There is no eval board yet to play with.

We have had a module planned for the ES9102 since it was announced. So far all that is available is the product brief.

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