It won't matter anyway. There are loads of 'experts' out there who will tell you it sounds nothing ('night and day') like the original!Hugh Robjohns wrote:Gordon Reid's review of the DD claimed that the raw waveforms were pretty much identical and the sound was pretty much identical as a result. Yes, there were some differences such as in the PWM range and the relative levels of different waveforms, but nothing that couldn't be tweaked in a new design given the will and attention to detail.
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Folderol wrote:For anyone interested in the details of this quite fascinating chip look here:
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Indeed - Curtis chips get a bit of a bad press at times, yet they still (deservedly) have plenty of enthusiastic followers.
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