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Old 12th January 2004, 12:16 PM   #1
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Default Onkyo tx-ds 676 upgrade

Hi
Im triying to update my onkyo 676, changing the opams, it uses the NJM 4565(14 ICs!! dual opam from NJR) ad 15534(3 ICs connecteds after the 6.1 DACs).

For the NJM i think that it would be better to change by the OPA 2134, that it semms better and cheap comparing to an others Opams. WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT IT?

For the 15532 i read in www that it seems to be the 5532 end im not shure what to do, because this forum likes it. WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT IT?

I have connected the onkyo to a McIntosh MC 2505 for the mains channels, so the supply upgrade is not very important.

Tanx

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Old 14th January 2004, 01:53 PM   #2
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Sorry the 15532 are conected to the 5.1 DACs, not to 6.1

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