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Old 23rd November 2017, 07:16 AM   #11
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No black Friday on TwistedPear ? :-)

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Old 23rd November 2017, 11:55 AM   #12
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No black Friday on TwistedPear ? :-)

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Old 24th November 2017, 06:40 PM   #13
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OK, I pulled the trigger. Now I have to wait for them to arrive.
Question: I have the PSU tuned to 5.2 V. Is it an issue ?

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OK, I pulled the trigger. Now I have to wait for them to arrive.
Question: I have the PSU tuned to 5.2 V. Is it an issue ?

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Technically - it should be okay - but I would just dial it down to 5V.
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OK, I pulled the trigger. Now I have to wait for them to arrive.
Question: I have the PSU tuned to 5.2 V. Is it an issue ?

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The whole pack or just AVCC-SR? Do you have Trident for 3.3 and 1.2V?
Can't wait to read your feedback. Less green light in the night...
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I already have the trident. The buffalo are part od an opc D1 and of a sen, so both quite transparent
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Yes the benefits of using SR are very much worth it - the SR has both lower noise and better PSRR. This is particularly important on AVCC - but it helps at all positions. It just sounds nice and clean - noise floor is bottomless. Shunt version of Trident was already very good in these respects - but SR is simply better. They also use less current - which helps your VD supply run more efficiently. In fact I highly recommend people try using the new LCDPS (with the new IC) when using high current demand modules like B3SE-Pro etc...
Russ, no mistake with your low current supply for high current devices?
Btw, do you provide quality "inline pin header" (sorry don't know how to say) fort the 2x 4 pin on the Bxxx? And no start-up delay issue with any BII firmware?
Not sold anywhere in Europe? 20%VAT, import taxes...
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Russ, no mistake with your low current supply for high current devices?
Well, "low current" is relative. 2A is higher than 1A, but still lower than 5A

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Btw, do you provide quality "inline pin header" (sorry don't know how to say) fort the 2x 4 pin on the Bxxx?
Not currently, but I guess I could add those in if people are interested.

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And no start-up delay issue with any BII firmware?
There is a slower startup. I have not tested this on a BII, but I *think* a slow AVCC will be okay. Deferring this one to Russ who might know.

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Nope, I build and ship them from here (USA) only. Sorry.
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Thanks Brian!
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I don't think there will be a problem with B-II but honestly I don't have one set up to test - so I can't say for sure.
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