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Old 15th October 2017, 01:57 AM   #21
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Looking forward to this.

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USB multichannel interface +
Ian's MCFIFO +
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Old 15th October 2017, 02:10 AM   #22
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We are aiming for the next few months. There is a close cousin to Mercury planned for 8 channel use. Mercury could be used - but there is a more efficient solution.

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Looking forward to the 8-channel version. It would be nice if the DAC input were directly pin-compatible with the output of Cronus... Any chance of this happening?

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Old 15th October 2017, 07:26 AM   #23
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Introducing the Buffalo III-SE-Pro 9028/9038
Ups I ordered a Legato together with the 9038. I did not regognize the New Mercury. Something possible to change?
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Introducing the Buffalo III-SE-Pro 9028/9038
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Old 15th October 2017, 10:42 AM   #25
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Looking to upgrade my Buffalo 3SE to the new 9028 board, retaining my Legato (at least for now) but also need to ensure the power supply arrangements upstream of the Tridents could cope with the upgrade.

The website states power requirements as '5.0VDC @ 750mA for powering onboard regulator' - is that for both the 9028 and 9038?

I currently use a Salas Reflektor-D shunt regulator to power the Buffalo 3SE board but that seems to have a maximum current capability of 600mA so probably a stumbling block.
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Introducing the Buffalo III-SE-Pro 9028/9038
An modified Legato solution would be Nice.
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Looking forward to the 8-channel version. It would be nice if the DAC input were directly pin-compatible with the output of Cronus... Any chance of this happening?

Thank you,

Andrey
Cronus input will definitely be at the top of the list.
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Ups I ordered a Legato together with the 9038. I did not regognize the New Mercury. Something possible to change?
Contact Brian - he can adjust the order for you if you like.
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Looking to upgrade my Buffalo 3SE to the new 9028 board, retaining my Legato (at least for now) but also need to ensure the power supply arrangements upstream of the Tridents could cope with the upgrade.

The website states power requirements as '5.0VDC @ 750mA for powering onboard regulator' - is that for both the 9028 and 9038?

I currently use a Salas Reflektor-D shunt regulator to power the Buffalo 3SE board but that seems to have a maximum current capability of 600mA so probably a stumbling block.
The 9038 uses more current than the 9028.

Yes you will definitely want a supply capable of delivering more current than that.

We have a new version of the LCDPs that uses new lower noise regulators that can deliver up to 2A with proper heatsinking. That is what I am using right now - because it's nice not to have to adjust for maximum current and then just waste current most of the time

I strongly recommend people consider using the new LCDPS - especially if you use Cronus. Power the Cronus with one side and the Buffalo with the other.

Cheers!
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Introducing the Buffalo III-SE-Pro 9028/9038
How new is the new LCDPS and is more information available? I believe mine is v1.1 from a few years back.


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