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Old 25th September 2005, 09:47 AM   #1
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Question Does anyone compare phono stage both XONO & 47LABS

I want to diy if it possible...only 50% of original

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Old 29th September 2005, 04:03 AM   #2
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Smile สวัสดีครับ, Hi

เพิ่งสมัครเข้ามาใช่มั้ยครับ ไม่คุ้นชื่อเลย ว่างๆ ลองมาฟัง Aleph XONO CLONE ที่ห้องผมก็ได้นะมี PCB ให้ทำด้วยคนไทยด้วยกันไม่มีราคาครับ แต่อะไหล่หายากพอสมควรของผมมีจำกัด ตัวที่หายากก็คือ 2SK389BL, 2SK170, 2SC1844, 2SA991, IRFD9110 ส่วนตัวอื่นๆ น่าจะหาได้ไม่ยากครับ อยู่ กทม. มั้ยล่ะผมอยู่แถวๆ ดินแดงพอรู้เกี่ยวกับ XONO บ้างนิดหน่อยครับ (ขายไปบ้างแล้ว) หัวเข็มที่ใช้ก็ V15XMR รุ่นสุดท้ายครับ แต่เทิร์นยังมีปั*หาเกี่ยวกับรอบไม่คงที่อยู่ครับสงส ัยสายพานหมดอายุมันยืดซะแล้ว

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Hi, there
Do you Thai (Siam) ?
Welcome to analogue section.Did you just registered ?
I have some boards of XONO but I never heard Thai people interested about XONO (Hard to obtain parts) I have a lot of 2SK389BL, 2SK170, 2SC1844, 2SA991, IRFD9110 but they're enough for me.

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Old 29th September 2005, 07:19 AM   #3
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Question Why compare...

;-) The ONO is not comparable with anything affordable!

It is simply the best, most liquid, dynamic and quiet phonostage I ever have heard.

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Old 29th September 2005, 02:14 PM   #4
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Default Hope to do in a couple months

I have a set of AHT's boards and to build a RJM Phonoclone. Maybe in two months both will be running.
Currently have a Pass Pearl with added diy headamp. It is real sweet, but has three series coupling caps in circuit. The Ono/Xone has none and the Phonoclone one.

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Old 30th September 2005, 07:11 AM   #5
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The Ono/Xone has none and the Phonoclone one.

Ono has 3 in the +output, and 5 in the -output.
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Old 30th September 2005, 07:54 AM   #6
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Ono has 3 in the +output, and 5 in the -output.

I can't find more than the output coupling caps (2x10uF film-type, for balanced out), wich can be disabled if you implement a DC offset adjustment, 2 in the MC stage, none for MM...

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Old 30th September 2005, 08:35 PM   #7
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I can't find more than the output coupling caps (2x10uF film-type, for balanced out), wich can be disabled if you implement a DC offset adjustment, 2 in the MC stage, none for MM...

Arne K

Guess I need to look at the schematic before making a dummy statement. MC to MC guess the Ono/Xono has just as many coupling caps as my Pearl with added input stage. Bah!
Never planned on using the balanced output. Did not count them in the picture.


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Old 1st October 2005, 03:17 AM   #8
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Guys, looking at your Pass Xono s make me feel like I wanna DIY one too!

What's the rough estimate cost to building an Xono?

Analog Guy, where did you get the power supply and Xono boards?

All you guys Xono looks really good, and I am sure it sounds the part too.
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Cool They are mine !

from a earlier group-buy...by pquadrat .

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... which I'm sure Nelson Pass didn't approve since Xono is a commercial product.
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