I will see about moving that resistor when I add my output resistors.
Ok, this is what people are waiting for, how it sounds. It has a clean sound to it, and almost no background noise to it. My first thoughts were actually that it is almost kinda bright sounding, nice clean highs to it(I am using RS-1s though, so take that with a grain of salt). I thought the bass was 'O.K.' and didn't put a whole lot more thought into it until I went back to my uncased SOHA with a JRC 4556AD on the output (I bought a bunch of them while working on my RA-1 Clone, and Grados do like that OpAmp) and there was tons more bass. When I get home tonight from visiting my Mother for Mother's Day I am going to put in larger caps for C1 anc C6, cuz if I am reading this right, they are the power reserve caps. Also on the output with 150uf caps and 32 Ohm drivers, isn't that essentially a 33hz hi-pass x-over? I have 270uf in there which brings it down to 18hz, but I am thinking by adding 100 ohm resistors after the cap, in series with the headphones that should bring the x-over point to 4hz, as well as drop the output so I can use more of the pot.
Hopefully that all made sense, and I wasn't reading something wrong.
And don't take any of this as thinking this is a bad amp design, it is deliciously simple for some nice sounds. Besides, who here can actually leave something alone?