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Old 25th July 2002, 11:51 AM   #1
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Default micromega T dac dose any body know how to upgrade the sound quality

hi my freind wants to know is there any upgrades, that can vastly improve the sound quality of this Dac please help
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Old 28th July 2002, 04:02 AM   #2
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Hi,

I have a Micromega Stage 2. The best and easiest way to improve the sound of your DAC is by changing the OP-amps. I think most of the Micromega CD Players and DACs are using the NE 5532 ( dual op-amp ) or the 5534 ( single op-amp ). You can swap the 5532 with either a OPA 2604 or OPA 2132/2134 or the 5534 with either an OPA 604 or 132/134.

You can also go to LC Audio's Website to have an idea what are the things you can do to upgrade your system.

Good luck!

Edwin
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