Started by arnoldemu, 21:08, 07 May 16
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Quote from: ||C|-|E|| on 13:32, 08 May 16With an RS power supply you actually cannot go wrong, agreed . About the chinese one, there is nothing wrong with it if you add the earth, and it is linear, super simple and very easy to repair in case you want to. It just has the transformer, a diode bridge, a voltage regulator and some filter capacitors. The same thing you could assemble yourself at home. However, you should definitely ground it. If you are not using a CRT and you are not worried about interference I would go for the RS one.
Quote from: ||C|-|E|| on 19:00, 08 May 16All the switching power supplies I have tried, even the RS ones (we use them for some devices in the lab and I tried a few at home) cause some degree of interference with my CM-14. Much less than the chinese PSUs but you can still see it, although in some cases is a minor problem. However, and to be honest, in my hands the CM-14 is much more sensitive than the 644. Actually, with the 644 my bet is that the RS power supply would not cause a visible interference
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