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Old 7th January 2008, 10:41 PM   #1
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Default Choosing components for DIY Headphone Amp

Hi,

I'm new to DIY audio and want to build a Headphone amplifier which take a digital signal (optic fiber) as input.

Today I only have the integrated soundcard of my laptop (Intel) and Senheiser HD555 headphones.
The main goal of my project is to bypass the integrated soundcard, decode the digital stream with a DAC and amplify it to se if I can realy get something that sounds better.

For this matter I selected following parts :
- DAC : Phillips UDA1351TS
- Everything to build a fully A-class amplfiyer based on this sheme : http://www.novotone.be/_site/projets/Projet21/Fig01.pdf

Are these choice correct or can I find a better solution ?

Many thanks in advance for answers.
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