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Old 21st November 2003, 11:24 AM   #11
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Hi Elso,

Which one is better in Bass? the 627 or the 604?

About Elsa, obviously you like her hair more than the rest.

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Hi Audiofanatic,
Huh, don't challenge me to post a swimsuit picture.
Dunno about the bass. Only use OPA604 as IV converter.
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Old 21st November 2003, 11:28 AM   #12
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Hey, Elso,

Please do not put such a pic of her on this forum!
You might endup being sinbined!


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Old 21st November 2003, 11:35 AM   #13
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Which one is better in Bass? the 627 or the 604?

About Elsa, obviously you like her hair more than the rest.

Thanks.

Audiofanatic

P.S. Elsa is definitly cute, but! She is really to skinny for my taste!
I love chubby ladies.

I like the 604 very much , but the 627 is better.
Everything, including the bass.
The OPA132 is very good too (I like it over the 604).
Another (cheap) option is the LM6171 - excellent.
The 627 beats them all, although comparing with some it's by a small margin.
We're talking high-end here.

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Old 21st November 2003, 11:45 AM   #14
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Hi Carlos,


Thats what I wanted to hear.
I'm gona replace them and will report to you all.

Elso, don't! even think about puting anothe Elsa on this forum, I might change my mind!

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Old 21st November 2003, 12:36 PM   #15
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Elso, don't! even think about puting anothe Elsa on this forum, I might change my mind!

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Old 22nd November 2003, 09:33 PM   #16
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Hi Carlos,
I think that elsa have very ps of jitter.
The OPA 627, and 637 these are very good, but I prefer OPA37 you know the the seiries of BB 2604 it all fets.
But you think , the OPA37 it is with a gain> 5.
these devices don´t working in Clase A.
The dinamic range are llimitades , for example the PS..
Whay the people speak about the range
>120dB.

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Old 24th June 2008, 10:53 PM   #17
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I resume this thread because I have bought the Proceed PDP2 in 120 volts and I need to convert it in 220 volts.
Any help is welcome.
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Much wiser to start a new thread with a title that reflects your actual question. This thread is both very old and off topic relative to your question. You'll be lucky to get an answer..
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Old 19th March 2009, 09:24 AM   #19
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I resume this thread because I have bought the Proceed PDP2 in 120 volts and I need to convert it in 220 volts.
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