aloutah wrote: »
If anyone is interested, I have this DAC and im not currently using it. If anyone is interested, I would take 200 for it.
heiney9 wrote: »
Now if you could show how you did the caps on the bottom of the board supplying the op-amps and how the ground is routed.
How are the Sonic caps?
backsigns wrote: »
I wrapped the wire around the leg of the sockets I put in then attached the ground wire to the free legs and it ran on top of the board. I liked the neatness of yours better, why do you want to change it?
george daniel wrote: »
Well, it is done,, I went back to the "underside" of the board and mounted the 120uf directly to the op amps as Fred had first described,, along the way I swapped some additional power supply caps,,and the 680pf's as per Freds suggestion.The 680's came from Sonicap --RTE 680pF/600 volt,, since I cannot go back and edit, I'll list all of the parts,and corresponding board numbers/affilations if anyone is interested.Now for the sound,, extremely detailed,,huge soundstage with pinpoint imaging/instrument placement,,pretty darn close to having the musicans in the room with you,, a little silky but not fatiquing while listening,, sonicaps are still burning in, so more later on that,,I can say,however,that my SDA rig has never sounded this good,especially with just 40 watts of tube power,, and remember,,my source is an old Rotel 855 cd player.All for now.