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Old 12th July 2009, 04:09 PM   #1
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Default tweaking cambridge audio A5 integrated amp

Hello i have decided to have a go at trying to tweak my A5 integrated amp instead of throwing out. I have a very very basic knowledge of electronics and this is my first project. Hopefully I will learn a little about electronics. I have noticed that there are three op amps NE5532P. Can these be swapped for better op amps along with each op amps pair of 16V 47uf capacitors????Can any body suggest any other things i can try???Thanks Alan
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