I mainly used the THAT parts because it was easy to cut and paste a few caps.ricardo wrote:I'm not sure 1570/1573 is the best demo of your floating feedback network.JR. wrote:OK I have roughed up a cut and paste using an app note.
- The 1570/1573 has its own anti-click strategies which allow direct connection between the i/p emitters to Rg
- The 2 separate feedback scheme is very similar to how I used to implement high order rumble filters so you would need to check LF response carefully .. both for cut off as well as peaking at various gains. You may need my 1mF CGO/NPOs in 0603 size after all
Wayne, I seem to remember, your final Servo used 2 x OP07 instead of the single you show on this thread.
Where did you put the final circuit?
Did you get to read the AES paper Gary Hebert just presented, before AES made them take it down?
I am just showing another way to skin the click cat without a servo.