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Old 14th October 2015, 09:05 PM   #181
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Did you ever get the dual phase version of the controller I sent you installed?
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Old 15th October 2015, 10:59 AM   #182
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Yes I completed the chip amps for your dual phase almost at the same time. It works superbly although I have not had the chance to use it on the Basis turntable yet. Thus far I have only tested it driving the motor only and not the platter. What I love about it is that it uses DDS and I can use the Roadrunner to apply speed correction. Still have to find time to set this up.

I wired up my Basis Audio turntable motor with a switch so that I could flip from mains voltage to dual phase. There is a marked improvement in reduction of vibration with dual phase. Everything works perfectly although I have not played around with it that much.

I saw that you posted a reduction in distortion for the Falcon. I guess this applies only to the regular version and not the dual phase version. Correct?
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Old 15th October 2015, 11:49 AM   #183
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The controller I sent you should already have the modification to it since it is a dual output Eagle controller.
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Old 15th October 2015, 03:34 PM   #184
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Thank you. Good to know it is updated and that you are always improving your designs. I am an ardent fan of your ingenuity...including my friend in Tokyo!

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I just fitted a brand new rega 24v motor to my deck yesterday to use with one of your boards Daniel. Sounds very good- much quieter than the Project 18v motor was.

Could you drop me a link to the BOM, i can't find it anywhere and I have two boards to complete for friends next week.

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Meldano, PM sent for controller boards.
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Daniel could you forward the bom again I've deleted the link?
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