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Old 11th August 2009, 03:35 PM   #1
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Default A Mini Power Regulator Replacement

Hi everybody,

I'm Derik, a hi-fi & diy manic from HK.

We develop a tiny module to replace the traditional 78xx / 79xx power regulator.

Voltage regulator is an important part of a power supply.
The standard 3-terminal regulator is a handy voltage stabilizer, however it generate noise from itself. The MiniPRM is a high-end direct replacement to 78XX & 79XX series regulator use in most CD/DVD players and other audio equipments.

MiniPRM design for high speed and wide bandwidth audio application with the benefit of full discrete components. It is the most cost-effective and handy way to upgrade your audio systems. The output of the MiniPRM is extremely low noise and stable. It constructed with a double-sided PCB in 13 mm x 28 mm and compatible with TO-220 IC package.




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