Why pimeta? Why XP?
post #91 of 338
4/29/07 at 4:16am
In the PiMeta the OpAmps and Buffers are usually in sockets so you can swap them to alter the sound, while the XP (I believe like the PINT) is SMD (miniature components soldered onto the circuit board) and not 'readily' swappable.
In other words, the PiMeta has some flexibility in that you can (yourself, easily) change the sound while with the PINT and XP "it is what it is" (short of returning it to Mister X for an OpAmp swap).