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Old 4th June 2013, 05:46 AM   #1
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I'm looking for an easy build to start off with. Any you guys recommend? I have a soldering iron, solder and a multimeter. So I think I'm good with tools for now. And for anyone who loves headphones, I have a Beyer DT880, Sennheiser HD650, and a Paradox by LFF. If anyone is interested also, my username on Head-Fi is Wolfetan44.
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I'm looking for an easy build to start off with. Any you guys recommend? I have a soldering iron, solder and a multimeter. So I think I'm good with tools for now. And for anyone who loves headphones, I have a Beyer DT880, Sennheiser HD650, and a Paradox by LFF. If anyone is interested also, my username on Head-Fi is Wolfetan44.
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I'm looking for an easy build to start off with. Any you guys recommend? I have a soldering iron, solder and a multimeter. So I think I'm good with tools for now. And for anyone who loves headphones, I have a Beyer DT880, Sennheiser HD650, and a Paradox by LFF. If anyone is interested also, my username on Head-Fi is Wolfetan44.
Try Circlophone. Build it and listen to it. No need for any adjustment.

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I'll second the Circlophone.
I'm an electronic idiot and mine worked first time.
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Another easy build with relatively low parts count is the VSSA. The PeeCeeBee thread offers easy DIY options.

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Cool, I'll look at the Circlophone. Where do I get the parts? Also, instructions?

I found this: http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/solid...-friendly.html
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There's a Pass Zen single-ended amplifier 'adaptation' to make it a headphone amp...
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Cool, I'll look at the Circlophone. Where do I get the parts? Also, instructions?

I found this: http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/solid...-friendly.html
That's where you'll find all the instructions you need. For the parts try Mouser Electronics and/or Tayda Electronics.

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That's where you'll find all the instructions you need. For the parts try Mouser Electronics and/or Tayda Electronics.

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Cool, I'll start looking through the thread tonight
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