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Old 25th June 2012, 02:39 PM   #1
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Default WTB: The Wire headphone amplifier PCB

Hi, just as the title says, I'm looking for an unpopulated pcb of the elusive "The Wire" Ultra-High Performance Headphone Amplifier.

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Old 26th June 2012, 06:39 AM   #2
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which one?
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Old 26th June 2012, 03:10 PM   #3
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Your question is fully justified, qusp.

I should have specified that I'd prefer a SE-SE pcb, but I'd be interested in any of the other two (BAL-SE and BAL-BAL) as well.

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I've got one that needs some troubleshooting.

Let me know, I've got 2 SE-SE.
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Your question is fully justified, qusp.

I should have specified that I'd prefer a SE-SE pcb, but I'd be interested in any of the other two (BAL-SE and BAL-BAL) as well.

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yeah indeed, the man is pretty prolific and even the LPUHP could be considered a somewhat extreme headphone amp.

good luck, a fair few were sold and actually the SE-SE rework boards need a single patch, so would be as good back up, there should be plenty of those around.

Many more pcbs sold than have been pictured in the build threads, so either a lot of people made embarrassing mistakes they were too ashamed to post about, or there are a heap of unused pcbs sitting around until people get past their SMDphobia; which seems to be a real condition here
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I've got one that needs some troubleshooting.

Let me know, I've got 2 SE-SE.
Hi, I PM'd you about the boards, I'd be looking for an unpopulated one since I already got the opamps and buffer chips.


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...until people get past their SMDphobia; which seems to be a real condition here
True. SMD soldering is quite fun though, and usually doesn't require special tools...
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Hmm, not sure I have a phobia about putting together smd stuff but it sure is tricky.

If you have some spare time and would be willing to fix my 'wire' amp. (I'm having problems with the psu boards.) I'd be willing to ship them off and negotiate some fee.
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Hi, I PM'd you about the boards, I'd be looking for an unpopulated one since I already got the opamps and buffer chips.




True. SMD soldering is quite fun though, and usually doesn't require special tools...
Not sure if you found the boards yet and are still interested but i do have two unpopulated se-se boards.

One was populated but parts removed and is clean the other is new.
Let me know if your still interested i'd let them go for i don't need them anymore i realize i only needed two for my current projects.
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Hi,
do you still have available these boards?

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