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Old 22nd September 2011, 02:28 AM   #1
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Default MOTU Ultralite Hybrid mod

know that this has been addressed before, but I'm having a bit of a trouble finding any concrete information. I also know the MOTU Ultralite Hybrid is pretty knew, but has anybody opened it up and taken a look inside? I'm looking to modify it a little bit. Specifically I'd like to take the Black Lion route. Of course, Black Lion doesn't mod the Ultralite's as they find them a bit troublesome.

This means potentially switching out the A/D and D/A converters and more importantly the opamps.

Don't know if changing the clock will be necessary, I find it fairly reliable.

Anyone have any suggestions or experience with this?
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