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Old 3rd October 2006, 05:09 PM   #1
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Anyone who have the Audio Note DAC2 (not 2.1) knows what are the 2 tubes used in the unit? I have a dac without the tubes passed to me.
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Anyone who have the Audio Note DAC2 (not 2.1) knows what are the 2 tubes used in the unit? I have a dac without the tubes passed to me.
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DAC1 had ECC88/6922. I believe the DAC2 had the same lineup.

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