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About Horio

  • Birthday 05/28/1981

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    San Francisco
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    STAX SR-007 mk2, AKG K1000, AKG K702
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    KGSSHV, Cavalli EHHA (Balanced), STAX SRM-1 mk2
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    Buffalo-II DAC, PS Audio DLIII, VPI Scout

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  1. I think I have a couple boards I could sell you. Send me a PM.
  2. That makes sense. Not to get greedy, but adjustable gain from the front panel would be a great feature.
  3. Dumb question, but is the intent to use this between the "multiamp" board and an input selector board? Or would the gain be taken care of on this se/bal board and the "multiamp board would be eliminated.
  4. So I'm a bit confused as it seems like this thread has wandered off to some other designs more recently. Where does the KGITSOJC stand these days?
  5. I'll be there, but you already knew that.
  6. Nice. Does this amp require much if any matching of parts?
  7. Another very interesting thread. I'm just hoping a few of these projects actually make it to the board fab shop...
  8. Kerry, have you had a chance to play around with the multiamp boards at all or does the new job still have you swamped?
  9. Sweet! Looking forward to hearing your findings Kerry.
  10. Jacks received last night. They are excellent quality and the fit is perfect (snug but does not take a ton of force to insert the connector). Thanks Justin!
  11. Anything new going down, on the KGITSOJC front?
  12. Even though they wouldn't come cheap, I bet your heatsinks would be a popular item. I'd add some of the commonly used film caps too, like the 0.1uF/1000V and 0.22uF/1000V. The later are a little harder to get a hold of. Maybe even some of the larger 680uF/450V aluminum caps. They aren't super cheap on Mouser/Digikey, and I'm sure you could get a much better price in bulk. Great idea Justin, and much appreciated by us DIYers!
  13. Justin, please put me down for (4) pro jacks. Thanks sir!
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