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Old 10th August 2009, 12:30 PM   #31
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if you look at the signal in trace there is always quite a difference, as many other places in the layout.

I too would be interested in a comparison

I still think the amp3 sounds better than the sure (I have a faint hiss in my speakers from the sure), but the mods really make alot of difference. I soldered the crappy SMD caps off and replaced with a samxon u-low esr 1000uF on each side and that lowered the background noise considerable.
I'm not sure leaving the std. caps on is a good idea.

Also the signal cap mod changed the sound alot. I just replaced the stock 1uF with some good quality 2,2uF SMDs I had and that returned the bass and dynamics.
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