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TV sound d/a conversion



 
 
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Old December 5th 16, 04:21 AM posted to uk.d-i-y,uk.tech.digital-tv
Mike Tomlinson[_2_]
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Default TV sound d/a conversion

En el artículo , tony sayer
escribió:

You wouldn't want to tap of the speakers like someone's suggested the
Earth on the TV chassis is anything but


I think we've moved on somewhat from live chassis connected to one side
of the mains

. Optical link does provide
excellent isolation


agreed

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Old December 5th 16, 12:30 PM posted to uk.d-i-y,uk.tech.digital-tv
tony sayer
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Default TV sound d/a conversion

In article , Mike Tomlinson
scribeth thus
En el artículo , tony sayer
escribió:

You wouldn't want to tap of the speakers like someone's suggested the
Earth on the TV chassis is anything but


I think we've moved on somewhat from live chassis connected to one side
of the mains


No its not that time when it was!, there are varieties of SMPS and the
like powering TV's these days and the "chassis" well what their is of it
are generally un-earthed. Ever seen a TV recently with a 3 core mains
lead?..


. Optical link does provide
excellent isolation


agreed


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Old December 5th 16, 04:27 PM posted to uk.d-i-y,uk.tech.digital-tv
Mike Tomlinson[_2_]
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Default TV sound d/a conversion

En el artículo , tony sayer
escribió:

No its not that time when it was!




, there are varieties of SMPS and the
like powering TV's these days and the "chassis" well what their is of it
are generally un-earthed.


Yes. Floating earths, and chassis lifted to a nice tingle by the class
X caps in the PSU. Niiiice.

Ever seen a TV recently with a 3 core mains
lead?..


My brand new 55" LG TV has one, with the 3-pin cloverleaf (C5/C6)
connector.

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Old December 5th 16, 11:48 PM posted to uk.d-i-y,uk.tech.digital-tv
Dave Plowman (News)
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Default TV sound d/a conversion

In article ,
Mike Tomlinson wrote:
En el artículo , tony sayer
escribió:


No its not that time when it was!




, there are varieties of SMPS and the
like powering TV's these days and the "chassis" well what their is of it
are generally un-earthed.


Yes. Floating earths, and chassis lifted to a nice tingle by the class
X caps in the PSU. Niiiice.


Ever seen a TV recently with a 3 core mains
lead?..


My brand new 55" LG TV has one, with the 3-pin cloverleaf (C5/C6)
connector.


Be interesting connecting that to the outside world...

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