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Old 20th December 2011, 10:05 AM   #41
Jay is offline Jay  Indonesia
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Default Discrete Preamps


Judging from your auto-description of your hearing capability, I believe that you will prefer discrete preamp than your current opamp-based preamp, especially to match with TDA7294.

Mosfet based Bride Of Zen (BOZ) is the one with very high drive capability, but it is a single ended type that you might have to work out the power supply noise. But there are many other good discrete preamp circuits in this website. Once you hear it, may be you will never go back to your opamp based preamp.
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