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Old 3rd March 2019, 01:59 AM   #11
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Kim - quick question. Are you using the same +/- rails for the Muses that are for the audio B1R2 section?

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Old 29th March 2019, 12:19 AM   #12
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No.
+/- rails for the Muses are taken directly from the output of the SilentSwitcher.
You can see a 3-wire ribbon cable in the photos.

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Kim - quick question. Are you using the same +/- rails for the Muses that are for the audio B1R2 section?

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Old 29th March 2019, 01:40 AM   #13
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thanks for the slow reply

I will re-formulate my question as I'm not sure it was as clear as it should have been.

Are the +/- rails for the Muses chip and the B1r2 circuit derived from the same +/- PSU (silent switcher), or are they fed by independent PSUs?

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Old 29th March 2019, 06:34 AM   #14
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Derived from the same SilentSwitcher.
The B1r2 circuit has its own regulators just to bring down the Voltage.

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thanks for the slow reply

I will re-formulate my question as I'm not sure it was as clear as it should have been.

Are the +/- rails for the Muses chip and the B1r2 circuit derived from the same +/- PSU (silent switcher), or are they fed by independent PSUs?

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Old 29th March 2019, 11:52 AM   #15
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Most excellent, Thank you.
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Old 29th March 2019, 05:00 PM   #16
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Modular control unit for B1 rev 2
Looks like a good front end for Iron Pumpkin.

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I was recommended checking out this thread which I just did, looks very interesting. Any updates, like the code etc ?
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I was recommended checking out this thread which I just did, looks very interesting. Any updates, like the code etc ?
No updates at this time, sorry.

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Okay, thanks for the info. Don't let the project die
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I have been waiting for ages for someone to do something like this, I was about to do it myself thinking no one had done it.
Awesome work.
Can you control the muses chip with some kind of rotary potentiometer/controller, I am not interested in remote control?
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