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In Reply to: RE: Another thread about the Hagerman Bugle 2. posted by Quadzilla on February 11, 2021 at 17:19:15
"I was concerned that the 680 ohm loading impedance would be an issue, "
It looks like just changing the value of one resistor (R23) would change that. Or omitting one resistor (R23) would make the input load 47.5k (R2).
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Tre', What is the reason for R1? Seems to be in the wrong place for a gate-stop function. Thanks.
I removed the R23 resistors as you suggested, and the results were exactly what I was looking for. My DL-160 HOMC cartridge sounds much more detailed, and using a SUT with my AT-28E was like lifting a blanket from in front of my speakers. All is well! Thanks again!
So, I can just remove two 100 ohm resistors (R23L & R23R in the drawing from the manual) altogether and it will then be a moving magnet preamp? That seems pretty straightforward, and it might be exactly what I need. I found a photo on the Internet that shows what I think we are talking about, but the two R1 resisters are also omitted. Am I on the right track here?
I have a Bryston TF-1 MC transformer that I could use for my LOMC cartridges.
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