ThetaTimebase Linque Conditioner Signal ProcessorusedTheta Timebase Linque Conditioner Signal Processor  (13876)Product: Theta Timebase Linque Conditioner Signal ProcessorProduct SKU: 13876Voltage: 120VCosmetic Description: 9/10 Excellent condition with no notable blemishes. What is Included: Signal Processo...137.00

Theta Timebase Linque Conditioner Signal Processor (13876) [Expired]

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Product: Theta Timebase Linque Conditioner Signal Processor

Product SKU: 13876

Voltage: 120V

Cosmetic Description: 9/10 Excellent condition with no notable blemishes. 

What is Included: Signal Processor, Manual, Power adapter, Factory packaging

Functional Notes: Operational condition of this item is excellent, fully tested and no issues found.

Age: Unknown

# of Owners: 1

Tobacco Exposure: No

Service History: None

MSRP: $199

Other Notes: Optional Optical Out jack not included.

"Originally, there was only one method available to connect a CD player / transport to an outboard D to A converter, that being coaxial. The mass-market manufacturers then produced players with the inferior TosLink plastic fiber optic output. AT&T glass fiber optics also became available as a means to interconnect digital equipment. All of these termination methods posed a problem for people trying to buy components that would interface with each other. The Timebase Linque Conditioner was designed to solve these problems. It accepted TosLink and coaxial inputs and output coaxial and optionally AT&T or Theta's Laserlinque. It also contained extensive re-clocking circuitry to combat the deleterious effects of jitter. Poor quality transports still pervaded the market, reducing the effective quality level Theta's D to As could offer. The Timebase Linque Conditioner ameliorated some of the problems. It was even found to improve the sound of our then best combination, the Data III / Generation V. All of the digital-to-analog converters up until that time used integrated circuits (ICs) called op-amps, for the critical current-to-voltage conversion that occurs following the DAC, and for the output buffers. At that time, integrated circuit chips generally were used as cost-efficient compromises, which lowered the quality of components that depended on them, in comparison with equivalent circuits made up of discrete elements on a circuit board. After about a year of research, a new analog section was developed for the Generation III, based entirely on discrete class-A bipolar transistor. This circuitry offered greater processing speed, which produced more detail and a smoother sound."

Shipping: Cost to ship this item within the contiguous United States is a flat rate of $19- including packaging and insurance. For all other locations including Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Alaska, please request a quote prior to purchase. Items with factory packaging will be double boxed. When factory packaging not available re-usable shipping box with custom injected-foam mold will be used. (for all items over 10 lbs). Note that all items valued over $500 will require a signature upon delivery.

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