Monthly Archives: October 2009

I’m the middle of laziness… Actually I want to finish my Gainclone LM1875 project, but it will consume a lot of my brainpower 😉 But I don’t want to waste this weekend doing nothing. So I just test my Mini...
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I have made RGN/B4/B5 to Octal Converter few weeks ago. Actually, the converter was made for 1A RGN Rectifier (because of the resistor drop value). I put 2 x 0.5 Ohm to drop 1V from 5V to 4V. With 1V...
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Some singers have their own unique “tone”, which reflects their “style” when singing. This uniqueness will  make us remember his/her specialty. This old vintage CD Audio, produced around 2001, shows the wonderful soprano named Cui Yan Guang. She comes from...
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Still remember my other “stupidity” here? After several hours of investigation, I finally decide that the Jensen Copper Foil Paper Tube is not a good capacitor for bypassing purpose. The music will lose most of its detail. YMMV, this is...
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I do love the improvement after I finish the VCap TFTF Capacitor Mods on my Aikido Power Supply. The staging is awesome. I could “see” not only a center point, but also a little bit left/right, even more left/right, left/right...
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To simplify the answer, Bleeder Resistor is used to “short” the positive and negative rail on your High Voltage (B+) circuit. The main reason is safety. Without Bleeder Resistor, your capacitors will store some amount of electricity after your system...
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