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Old 12th September 2011, 10:02 PM   #561
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I am running stock Placid and Placid BP with two of each running a dual mono set up with Trident upgrades on the BII Legato 2 without buffer and three Ventus ( only driving high impedance amplifier unbalanced.) I can touch the fins indefinitely,but can not hold the flat part of the heat sink that the device is connected to for more than a second. The current setting pots needed to be adjusted several times (shunting 60 ma) as things heated up but now seem stable continuously on.

Not having an infra red temp meter is the casual test to grab the fins or the flat section?

I know I am at the edge and plan to upgrade to HD versions, but notice that the heat sinks are the same size. I have some much larger heat sinks but the footprint of the HD-BP will not accommodate them.
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Old 15th September 2011, 08:29 AM   #564
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Hello,
I received a sidecar module today.
Where can I find schematic of sidecar?
or explanation for relay power supply
I'm just confused how to treat B ( on VD/B/GND side).
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Old 15th September 2011, 02:43 PM   #565
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I want to tap S/PDIF out from PCM2705 (Airport Express G) to 4-in-1 switch and then BIII.
May I ask the S/PDIF signal from PCM2705 (pin 5,6) is TTL Level? So that I must change the resistor on the 4-in-1 board from 75 ohm to 10k ohm according to manual?
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Why don't you just pull up it's data sheet?
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Hello,
I received a sidecar module today.
Where can I find schematic of sidecar?
or explanation for relay power supply
I'm just confused how to treat B ( on VD/B/GND side).
"B" is connected to the base of the trigger transistor.

You can connect the supply to ~5V the relays are active when you pull up "B" via a switch on any other mechanism.

I will post the schematic later today. There is not much to it.

The integration guide explains the use of sidecar.
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Old 16th September 2011, 01:06 PM   #568
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Why don't you just pull up it's data sheet?
http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/pcm2705.pdf
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Old 16th September 2011, 06:42 PM   #569
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Default Through holes labeled as "Thanks Brian!"

Many people might have read the message "Thanks Brian!" on the back side of BIII board. Near the printing, there are three through-holes.
Today, I could well realize the purpose of the holes.
I much appreciated Russ' well-considered pattern design that meets various requirements by users.
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Old 16th September 2011, 08:01 PM   #570
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Many people might have read the message "Thanks Brian!" on the back side of BIII board. Near the printing, there are three through-holes.
Today, I could well realize the purpose of the holes.
I much appreciated Russ' well-considered pattern design that meets various requirements by users.
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