atomicbob's SMPS Noise Nuke for HP amps with external SMPS

Discussion in 'Headphone Amplifier Measurements' started by atomicbob, Sep 26, 2017.

  1. Luckbad

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    Is it sad that this thing has me more geeked than any other piece of audio gear right now?

    Would love a couple more internal shots to show where the wires are going.

    Thanks for putting this thing together. Really awesome piece of kit! Sell it to people at CA for $399 a pop.
     
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    And Dino wins the Rock of Gibraltar.:D
     
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    Thanks for this, it does look extremely interesting and (maybe) simple to implement.
    Could this be adapted for the 48V supply used by Horizon?
    And if so, what changes would need to be made?
    Chris
     
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    The caps are rated to 63V and he’s using a heavy duty inductor. You can use it without any changes.
     
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    Look near the top of the first post for the words:
    It will work with any external SMPS or LPS between 1 and 48 VDC with current less than 2A.
     
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    Way not-sad! An audiophile gadget that is cheap and measurably useful? This is revolutionary!
     
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