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Old 15th February 2010, 08:02 AM   #1
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Default Headphone amplifier in wooden case for sale

Item description:
- New, never used hi-end desktop headphone amplifier.
- Beautiful oak case
- Sound is warm, smooth, full-bodied, non-fatiguing and rich.
- The amp can easily drive any headphones and earphones with impedances from 32ohm to 300ohm, from Grado to Sennheiser HD-650.
- Made by an experienced and qualified electronics engineer.

Features:
- Hi-end choice: Burr-Brown Texas Instruments OPA2132PA dual op-amp
One of the best FET input op-amps in audio, suitable for battery use.
Made by Burr-Brown Texas Instruments.

- It runs on 2x9v batteries and TLE2426 Rail splitter provide long battery life and stable amplifier performance.
- Hi-quality 6.35mm headphone sockets
- Gold plated RCA connectors.


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Price: $119 with fast worldwide shipping
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