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Old 23rd September 2019, 08:49 PM   #51
Lukyk is offline Lukyk  Czech Republic
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As you said, you will probably ends up with reasonable currents which is good.
I would start by choosing the project, than you will know exactly what voltages and currents you need.
For Salas's stuff Teabag is running group-buys in group-buy sub-forum.
In your case ultrabib (for heaters) and sshv (for b+) might be useful.
Rod Coleman's regulators are probably overkill for non DHT project, you can buy it directly from him.

For vinyl digitalization there will be more important chalenges to focus on imho. Such as quality of ADC, turntable, cartridge used and amplifiers in chain.
But of course -you can try it with batteries and see if you can hear the difference
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Old 23rd September 2019, 09:13 PM   #52
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As you said, you will probably ends up with reasonable currents which is good.
I would start by choosing the project, than you will know exactly what voltages and currents you need.
For Salas's stuff Teabag is running group-buys in group-buy sub-forum.
In your case ultrabib (for heaters) and sshv (for b+) might be useful.
Rod Coleman's regulators are probably overkill for non DHT project, you can buy it directly from him.

For vinyl digitalization there will be more important chalenges to focus on imho. Such as quality of ADC, turntable, cartridge used and amplifiers in chain.
But of course -you can try it with batteries and see if you can hear the difference
woohooo... 176 pages thread (uBiB)..lol
i will check them out and thx for pointing to them.
for turntable i have a garrard lab 80mk2 which will be modified.
for tonearm i am leaning to buy a "cheap" tangential. for cartridge i was thinking nagaoka mp300. for adc i found a ready made board with top of the line chip cant remember which company, i have to find where i have put the links. then these boards should follow. all in all i guess this is a years work

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Old 23rd September 2019, 09:43 PM   #53
Lukyk is offline Lukyk  Czech Republic
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Yes it's one of the shorter topics in here
I can't comment on the Garrard, but you are about to pair it with pretty decent cartridge. I'm just listening to Nagaoka mp-110, which temporarily replaced my Denon DL-110 for my DJing attempts and it's not bad at all, for the entry level price tag.

Anyway I would focus more on ADC. In my experience DAC quality is making huge difference in overal sound quality, so I believe, that with ADC's it will be similar and chip in use is just the part of the story.
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Old 23rd September 2019, 10:01 PM   #54
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Yes it's one of the shorter topics in here
I can't comment on the Garrard, but you are about to pair it with pretty decent cartridge. I'm just listening to Nagaoka mp-110, which temporarily replaced my Denon DL-110 for my DJing attempts and it's not bad at all, for the entry level price tag.

Anyway I would focus more on ADC. In my experience DAC quality is making huge difference in overal sound quality, so I believe, that with ADC's it will be similar and chip in use is just the part of the story.
AD24QS - Audio Analog to Digital Converter 24 Bit / 192 kHz
i found it. i was thinking aes/ebu-->aes/ebu interface to usb-->pc
in time perhaps we make a better one but for beginning i dont want to flood with projects as they are too many. i prefer to go one step each time
and "record" our results
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Old 23rd September 2019, 10:31 PM   #55
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Thanks for the link, I will be looking for the ADC in near future so I will study it further.

And you are completely right, let's not spoil this topic with next steps and let's focus on phono stage part here.
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