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post #211 of 213

No need to spend hours and hours modding the DAC-AH now with this new offering out of China - http://www.cart100.com/Product/42124644877/

 

With only an hour or so of minor mods this DAC pulls ahead of a typically modded DAC-AH and at a lower price too. We have a thread running on DIYA documenting the on-going modding progress -  http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/digital-line-level/269199-tda1387-x8-dac-lets-check-its-design-mod-not-play-music-not.html

post #212 of 213

According to the specs in your link, it is only available in 220v. So what use would that be here in the U.S.?

 

Also in your other thread it seems without a lot of mods the comments are the top end is somewhat ragged.

Doesn't that defeat somewhat the purpose of using a NOS TDA chip in the first place?. I thought they had a vinyl like

non digital/non fatiguing top end?

post #213 of 213

Any instruction or guide on how to mod this dac to passive ? 

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