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 Most are actually still available, you just haven't done enough research on them to find out where they are available - it is not meant to be easy, even with a list. However, just to make it a bit easier for you - now the list is color coded for discontinued models. But that doesn't mean you can't find discontinued models on certain market, noticeably places like Taobao, Amazon Japan or Rakuten Japan where rare models are still floating around.
 That's is already the most updated list - old / discontinued models won't be removed from the list because they are relevant for comparison.
 No link in your comment. This is Lunashops' Taobao store: https://luna168.taobao.com/
 Really doubt that, given I have build some adapter myself and there isn't much that can go wrong with those things. If I were in the same shoe, I'll check for DC offset on the source first.
 That should be a 2.5mm TRRS balanced plug for A&K's DAP. Those two Lunashops links above are the right adapter for you.
 The balanced version comes with 2.5mm TRRS IIRC? If so, this will work: http://www.lunashops.com/goods.php?id=5221 If is easy to convert balanced back to single-ended, just short the ground for both side together and you are done. p/s: here is the AE link for Lunashops, but as you can see, it is more expensive: http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/4pin-2-5mm-Female-Silver-Plated-TRRS-Balanced-AKR03-Layla-Angie-Earphone-To-3pin-3-5mm/319162_32654559212.html
 You can get a balanced to single-ended adapter from Lunashops. I reckon by the time to resell it, a balanced version might hold better value.
 I would have just used some tissue or some light sanding. Applying solution to socket might increase the risk of shorting-out
 The DAC has no bearing on this matter. It is the USB receiver that determines whether it will work with your smartphone or not. E07K uses a Tenor TE7022 as USB receiver.
 Try this: take the opamp and buffer out, find something to polish and clean the socket as well as the pins on opamp / buffer.
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