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Old 15th July 2011 | Show parent
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It's about a $2 worth of circuit, but I'm not sure it's worth that....

It's not really correcting the delay alignment error... It fixes one frequency while probably screwing up several others..

A good cheap trick that makes stuff sound different... but IMO little more.

If you are serious, get an inexpensive delay line and do it right.

Also cheaper than a few $k

JR
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