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Old 15th August 2006, 05:53 PM   #1
folkeb is offline folkeb  Norway
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Default Upgrading the Shanling cd-t 100

I have a Shanling cd-t100 and I would like to upgrade it as far as can be said reasonable. Even though I have seen several commercial upgrades of this player, I have yet to find a schematic and details regarding the parts used in these upgrades.

Can anyone help me with the detail part values used in these upgrades, and are there other upgrades that I should consider. I made a DDDAC and it beat my more or less standard shanling hands down. However, it had been built with high quality parts (BG, PRP, AuriCap etc). Now I want to see (or more likely hear) what the shanling can do when upgraded. The difference was enormous when I changed the standard parts on the dac.

Thanks for any help!

Best regards,
fOlke
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