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RichLund 1st March 2011 11:19 AM

FS: DCB1 pre amp - top quality
 
I have for sale a built and fully working DCB1 pre amp. It has top quality components throughout and works perfectly with a stunning sound quality. Only selling as my plans have gone in a different direction and it's no longer necessary unfortunately.

The amp does not have any 4700uF filter caps installed as I used an off board CAP6 rectifier / filter PCB.

Features:

TX2575 and MK132 signal path resistors
PRP and Kiwame resistors.
Wima and Nichicon KZ caps.
Matched Fets from Spencer

Price: I have no idea what to ask so - 65?

Shipping UK and EU - 5

For shipping outside EU please contact me and I'll get some prices


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piero7 1st March 2011 12:00 PM

have a pm

Marra 1st March 2011 01:50 PM

If I had'nt already built one I'd be buying it.
As a matter of interest from where did you obtain the signal path resistors?

RichLund 1st March 2011 03:16 PM

Hi Marra

Yes it's a bloody shame to sell it. It really is superb. With my Buffalo and Legato it's just not necessary, if I could think of a reason not to sell I'd keep it.

The 220R / 0.1% TX2575 Z foil resistors are direct from Texas Components. They cost $9.40 each plus paypal surcharge and shipping etc. Just email them for a quote:

Texas Components - Precision Resistor & Microelectronics

The Caddock MK132's are from Parts Connexion.

And yes they do make a difference :)

RichLund 1st March 2011 04:35 PM

Sold pending payment

chalkandtalk 1st March 2011 04:43 PM

2nd dibbs please if the sale falls through!!

woodturner-fran 1st March 2011 10:32 PM

Superb value....

mymindinside 3rd March 2011 02:35 PM

Hi,
I'd like to put in a placeholder behind chalkandtalk.
Would like to pick this up if it is still available.

cheers,
mymindinside

Rodeodave 3rd March 2011 03:16 PM

Wow, what a beauty.


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