BURSON AUDIO VOLTAGE REGULATOR (For LM79A 12V)
Voltage regulators are of paramount importance in the power supply of our devices. Its function is to stabilize the voltage certainly, but the problem commonly encountered by these circuits is that they generate a high noise level resulting from their own activity, noise that will then mingle with the circuits placed downstream and disrupt the reproduction of the message musical. Based on this observation, BURSON AUDIO decided to react by offering audiophiles an alternative solution to conventional regulators.
basedon technologies similar to those renowned for BURSON power supplies, these Super Regulators are designed to replace the vast majority of the basic circuits installed in our audio devices. The purpose here is to offer everyone, whatever the brand and the provenance of these equipments, the possibility to approach the level of excellence of the electronics of this Australian manufacturer.
For thethe work of the supercontroller differs little from that normally assigned to the other three-contact circuits. Its role is logically to regulate the voltage and to stabilize the voltage and operation of the power supply as a whole. But it is in its way of proceeding that it stands out radically, and in particular by its propensity to generate a noise level incomparably lower than that of its competitors.For this purpose, it incorporates an extremely sophisticated network filtering system capable of driving out any unwanted noise outside the signal, which may hamper the clarity of the musical message. Do not see any "magic" in this action, because the equation is actually very simple: a clean and stable power supply = a generally healthy operation and equipment exploited to their full potential.
Normal-P ">On a purely technical level, the BURSON AUDIO REGULATOR is a small integration miracle made up of 17 components including 8 transistors, high quality DALE resistors, EVOX MKP polypropylene capacitors ... Each module is tested individually after being assembled and welded by hand on a printed circuit of the size of a 50c euro coin. The thermal stability of the circuits is ensured by a passive micro-dissipator. rmal-P ">While the solution of simplicity had been to use an integrated circuit as do the vast majority of manufacturers (for some very reputed besides), BURSON refuses it, and this for a simple reason: They are very much lower technically to a discrete circuit, and can not claim to compete in terms of musicality! To make the choice of a craft design, long and complex, such is the price to be paid according BURSON for love of music. The BURSON Super Regulators can advantageously replace the circuitsthe following conventional
|LM78A||+ 12V (10-20V)||250ma|
|LM78B||+ 5V (3V-9V) ||500ma|
The installation of the BURSON Super Regulators is childishly simple: De-solder the classic 3-pole circuit installed in your CD player or DAC, and replace it with a BURSON module with the same characteristics.