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Old 4th May 2010, 09:57 AM   #1
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Default Penultimate Zen V4 Input Fet's Question

I was wondering, in the Zen 4 im using zvp3306 instead of zvp3310, does anyone know if this is know to cause some problems ? those fet's are very sensitive iv'e had them blow a few times. does anyone know what components i may need to change to make it good ? or should i try and buy the proper zvp3310 ?

I have one IRF9610, which would aparently be usable which i might try and then compare the sound of both channels

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I expect it would work fine. If not, then a little adjustment...

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