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wayne 30th April 2018 11:39 PM

Perfectly good wire especially if all is quiet and it sounds good. That cap is just fine.

HiGHFLYiN9s 30th April 2018 11:41 PM

Sure, CAT5 works well. I personally like the Cat5 with PTFE dielectric, you can often find surplus of it on places like ApexJr or ebay

6L6 1st May 2018 12:14 AM

I strongly like it!

kpsthakur 1st May 2018 04:15 PM

What headphone loads can this amp handle?...the one shown for test seems to be 16 Ohms

6L6 1st May 2018 05:11 PM

Anything except a pure electrostatic. (which would require a specialized amplifier)

Stax electrostats with the transformer are fine.

One of the design goals was to be able to effortlessly drive any headphone -- which it does with style, ease, and grace.

Zen Mod 1st May 2018 05:11 PM

if going lower , just connect speakers instead

though , better lighter ones , or your neck will hurt , soon

:)

6L6 1st May 2018 05:13 PM

Ask this guy...

https://i.pinimg.com/736x/32/66/0c/3...6500726314.jpg

mbedwani 2nd May 2018 02:13 AM

Hi,

Anyone tried a Burr-Brown OPA2134PA rather than the LM833?

Mark

seanwu 2nd May 2018 08:37 AM

I am also interested in this project.
The FQP is much cheaper than IRF. Don't know how to make a decision. Is there any audible between them? Or which one work more stable?

Zen Mod 2nd May 2018 10:42 AM

just buy what's easier

difference , if any , can be just marginal and strictly in taste department


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