Part of it is a DAC. Most of the items you can see are for various power supplies.
Super wel done James. Where is the PSU for the DDDAC?
sovereign said:My Dddac is in bits as I'm trying to mod it, I'm getting a wee bit flustered. And I miss it. The moded gator Bearsford is excellent but just not the same
My Dddac is in bits as I'm trying to mod it, I'm getting a wee bit flustered. And I miss it. The moded gator Bearsford is excellent but just not the same
Well, over three years since I started this thread and I've still not finished my DAC! )Here's a pic of the DAC and streamer case. I've had to move the PSU into a dedicated enclosure - it provides 12 separate wires into the DAC case. The DAC board can be seen in the bottom left-hand corner. Above the DAC is a buffer board to drive the output transformers. All those green boards are part of a re-clocking/isolation project from a very clever guy over on DIY Audio. The black boards are power supplies (again from DIYaudio) specifically designed for low voltage digital equipment. In the bottom right hand corner you can see a green lifep04 battery which powers the clock circuit board. Speaking of the clock, it's so accurate that it can be used in weapon guidance systems - I had to sign a disclaimer stating I was buying it for less sinister purposes .