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  1. I am here with this DAC design with PCM1704 and the standard circuit provided by BB. As you can see in their datasheet.(Page 9) http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/pcm1704.pdf But I do not think they did justice with the DAC chip by throwing a simple post DAC filter in the Typical application circuit >:(. But I understand it is for 8x Oversampling topology and should work just fine. My case is a bit different by going for NOS(non oversampling ) in fact more complicated since I do want to play back CD material through the DAC which samples at 44.1Khz. The standard filter recommendation is a Bessel filter of 3rd order or higher for oversampling topology, but for NOS ............. I am not sure I am not clear about which filter topology to use too. But my understanding is the phase linearity is as important as the cut off Frequency. I have few CD DAC circuits that start filtering at 40Khz. I know the the first ALias will appear at 22.5KHZ but I do not want to start my -3dB slop much before it. Do not want introduce Phase non linearity with a filter which will possibly ruin the NOS effect. Can someone help me?
  2. I am searching for possible equivalents to use with this circuit. http://www.teddypardo.com/Resources/SuperTeddyReg.html The purpose is to power a DAC with estimated current need of 1.5A at the maximum. They are low noise Nchannel JFETS. Being low noise is critical for the application I believe but it is just my guess. Please Help :)
  3. Hi, I was recapping my cambridge audio Azur 640p (hypnotoad mode)with bipolar capacitors as the initial change. Everything went fine. Then I changed the 100uf capacitors near the regulator ICs as the second step.Everything worked fine for few minutes then no sound from any channels. I looked again and again for polarity change with the 100 uf electrolytics I changed and any issues with regulators.Regulator output is 18.5 +/- volt. No click heard from relays.After a long day and thoughts I decided to take off the relay.I was not easy. so I have to break it with a small plyer and take it out in parts. The D7 across relay terminals(please see attached circuit) reading 18.5 volt to 20 v using my DMM.The relay is rated for 5 volt. 20 volt across the D7 which essentially is the relay driver voltage bothers me. Any ideas ?.... 640p_circuit_relay.pdf 640p_ServiceManual.pdf
  4. Hi all, I came across the advertisement about Pangea P-100 powersupply for cambridge audio 640P phonostage. The manufacturer claims that it make the DACs/phonostages sounds better by incorporating a LOW-PASS filter at 12VAC output from this PSU.It also has DC supply but it is the AC out that the manufacturer claim about.It is about 100USD in Amazon. I am planning to DIY if there is any such possibility of a better powersupply excist. The PSU that comes with this phonoamp is only 12 VAC ,500mAmp.Many claims using higher current rated powersource made this phonostage sound better.Is it possible at least in theory?I donot want to spend half of what I paid for the device, to buy a PSU if its not going to change anything. This PSU is getting really hot during operation so I doubt the phonostage is making the PSU to struggle meeting its demands ;D!
  5. ;D Thank you hero. do you think the original circuit for CFL inverter would work ok? or the latter one is best ::). How much voltage should be there at the tip of the needle to make those dust particle neutral?
  6. Hi all, I am looking for a circuit that operates in 9-12 DC and will generate voltage in 2-3KV range with negiligible current. I came across many designs but interested if anyone knows any circuit that uses common step down transformer with primary and secondary reversed as the first step in conversion.I am planning to use Cockcroft–Walton multiplier to increase the voltage from transformer. Flyback transformers are difficult to find /not familar for me to use.But would defenitely consider if its readily available I came across this circuit and like to know if something similar can be tried with a step down transformer http://www.aaroncake.net/circuits/flampdrv.asp If anyone know any schematic with small flyback transformers I would be glad to try.I am only concerened about availability. The whole purpose is to make a negative ion generator to clean dust from my vinyls. I donot want to use the ones based on Pizo electric but somehing that will generate a massive negative ion flow that will neutralize all sticky dust on my LPs .The prime consideration is making it as small as possible.
  7. are u sure you want to multiply to 200v or 2000 volt..
  8. i have a better circuit zombie, for water level monitoring .please search for "water level monitor for pumps" in the forum posted by myself...and practicaly it is not possible to fabricate screw driver like things for electrode.how will u connect wires to it dude.... if u use dc signal it will corrode anyway.i am saying this from experience .i used stainless steel.but in two months the positive elctrode thinned out. the circuit i posted is not a level detector.its a fullwave opamp rectifier,and it is possible to use AC signal for detection,only thing is iam not sure about how it is implemented in my water level controller using logic gates......
  9. I am using simple metalic probes for water level monitoring now.using AC will prevent electrolysis of probes.any one can suggest the method for this.also help me with conditioning the ac signal to dc voltage to use with logic circuits. will this circuit in the attachement will of any use...please see.
  10. http://www.uoguelph.ca/~antoon/circ/sensor3.htm how to modify this for my use... or any idea to make ac signal for sensing water level?and then make it work with logic gates.
  11. i found out the problem finally.it was not the circuit.it is perfect.the probe was defective.it was made of paper clips .it got corroded and made electrical contact through the mixture of rust and the glue i used to fix it.i changed into a brass electrode and a silicone adhesive.now i guess no problem.thank you all for scraching your brain with me for finding a solution.any one with a better idea for probes.???? http://www.uoguelph.ca/~antoon/circ/sensor3.htm how to modify this for my use...
  12. ok if i use a 500k resistor through which i connect a NPN transistor as a switch to the output pin it should work fine rt? i think the powersupply is also a problem.i get shock from the neutral wire in my home.can it be a reason for my logic gate malfunctioning.when i touched the tip of soldering iron when the circuit was working it made the relay to switch on.what to do to make a good powersupply?rt now iam using a 12 volt fullwave rectfier and 1000uf capacitor .out put regulated through 9 volt regulator ic.when i test it somewhere it work fine.any solution to make a proper ground..
  13. the modification is i have used red and green LED S in my first diagram.i have not used them in the original circuit.it was only in the theory part i used the LED.WHEN I USED IN MY REAL CIRCUIT NOW .The circuit malfunctioned.please see the diagram.there is some serious problem with the current schematic.i havent used the LED in my original working circuit.when i used there is severe problemsin the circuit.no idea what is the problem.
  14. but what about my other questions?please help
  15. in the same circuit please someone tell me( http://www.zen22142.zen.co.uk/Circuits/Alarm/water_lev_alm.htm why there is a 1Mohm resistor with 1uF cap inbetween the logic gates ,also the 47k and 10nF cap.please ? what they are for and are they necesaary for normal functioning?if they are not there what can happen?
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