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We had Richard Burns install it when he was looking over the unit.   
He installed a toggle switch on the rear but I don't know what he did  
internally.

Jeff Carroll, Mastering Engineer
Bluefield Mastering Inc. - Raleigh, NC  USA
www.BluefieldMastering.com
Phone 919.859.0102






On Mar 22, 2009, at 11:30 AM, Jan Myren wrote:

HI!

Can you please explain the way you connected the Packburn a bit more in
detail. You mentioned a "bypass RIIA", what's that???
Is that something I can buy or use??

Hope to hear from you once again!

Best regards
jan


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Emne: Re: [ARSCLIST] SV: [ARSCLIST] PACKBURN 323A

It's been years since I used a Packburn.  But I remember being
impressed with the unit once we had the 'bypass RIAA' switch
installed.  The click removal was quite impressive and the NR, just
like software NR, was best used sparingly & in small doses.  If you
need a quick, cleaner-but-not-perfect pass of a disc, I think the
Packburn can still serve in this capacity.

Jeff Carroll, Mastering Engineer
Bluefield Mastering Inc. - Raleigh, NC  USA
www.BluefieldMastering.com
Phone 919.859.0102