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LT1358 or LME49860  ??
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Old 23rd June 2010, 09:28 PM   #11
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Arrow Some measurements: RMAA test

Here added some measurements of the chosen configuration and the famous RMAA test.
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LT1358+LME49860//AD826
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Old 28th December 2018, 10:09 AM   #12
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I'm at a trade-off for my buffer and input pre stage: LT1358 or LME49860 ??
I'm listening both amplifiers, both are excellent but so different….
So specular that seems that the PROS of one chip appears to be the CONS of the other.


What you may like:

LME49860: <-----> LT1358:

LME49860: colorless and neutral <-----> LT1358: emotional, warm-toned and sweet
LME49860: accurate and clean <-----> LT1358: mellow and smoothing
LME49860: clear and unaggressive mids <-----> LT1358: forward and heavenly mid bass
LME49860: soft bass <-----> LT1358: punched and controlled bass
LME49860: airy and sharp high <-----> LT1358: polish at the high edges
LME49860: revealing on female voice <-----> LT1358: revealing on male voice

What you will not like:

LME49860:sometimes harsh-toned <-----> LT1358: sometimes muggy and confined soundstage
LME49860:flat and boring <-----> LT1358: lower resolution, higher distortion


Do you agree on my acoustical analysis?
interesting observations. For me it would be interesting to know, what happens, if one compare the same OP-AMP's in a RIAA-Phono Preamp with only one OP-AMP stage and a RIAA-Network in the feedback loop.
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Old 25th September 2019, 08:57 AM   #13
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Hi ygg-it, could you post the schematic you used?
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LT1358 or LME49860  ??
This is a nine years old thread....
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This is a nine years old thread....
And? I'm still reading electronics literature written before I was born. I know ygg-it is still active.
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