Nevermind google translate screws it up. Need to either find someone Chinese, take a crash course in Chinese, try to press buttons and see if you can get to the end, or pay $200 more.
I could rent a Chinese friend for $100 and still save a $100.
That's what I am using Mike.
Hey thanks for the recommendation on Neotech cable. The NEI-2002 is amazing!
No problem. Yeah great cable. You should try the 3004 for your speaker's. I'm very curious to try their 3004-II, with 2 of the 8 conductors plated with their UPOCC silver. It might be just the right blend to get a bit more sparkle, yet still have all the silky smoothness of the pure UPOCC copper.
I bought that too, just can't stay home long enough to terminate it. Maybe I am just lazy.
Mike find me someone who sells the Neotech NEI-1001 in bulk. This stuff has got to be unbelievable.
I don't think they sell it in bulk. You need to buy the hookup wire from either Dave C or Parts Connexion.
NEI-1002 is a solid UP-OCC Silver conductor design with individual polyethylene as a dielectric. The tubular configuration with Microporous *Teflon, plus 100% braided shielding (AL-Mylar & Silver Plated OFC), has made this NEI-1002 a must test item.
I can't believe the difference the Neotech NEP-3002 power cable/plugs made with my amps as well
The opa1632 are surface mount parts and differential amps....completely different pin outs from regular op amps. You cannot swap them for anything.....you can eliminate them....that is another story.
The Jemmy crack corn DAC is probably good but no way is going to compete with Creamy Custard stock and has way less potential to mod. Only one DAC and the power transformers are tiny widdle bitty thangs (5 Watt each). The tranformers in the Custard are at least 50 watters......look even bigger than that. The bigger the tranny the better the sound. And power connector cables with connectors will mess up the sound as well.
I will be doing a second level of baby mods to the Custard tomorrow (twisting AC wires, WA quantum dots, shorting out unused digital inputs and damping a couple of parts). Early next week I will remove the entire output stage and get serious. I will post pics of the mods as I go. The baby mods anyone can do themselves. So far, the first two mods (eliminate fuse and bolts on trannies) have taken the DAC to another whole level of reality......Guys, you must do these mods! Costs you next to nothing!
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