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(Can a mod please erase my trade thread below?)

Gotta sell this thing now. The amp has served me well but I'm getting an MG head now so this one has to go. I'm asking $130 shipped. Money order only.

Panasonic 1000uF PS caps
Vishay Dale 1% Metal film resistors
EL2001 buffers 2 deep and socketed
AD 8620 op amp socketed
Biased to class "A"
Wima 6.8uF reservoir caps
Blue LED
Switchcraft mini jacks
Alps Blue velvet potentiometer
Serpac H67 black portable case
2x9v battery powered

This is a portable model but I haven't taken it outside. I will throw in two 9v regulated wall warts with self made 9v battery ends. They work pretty well with the amp.

EDIT : I bought this amp in May from tigger.
post #2 of 23
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Ygpm
post #4 of 23
i might be interested - do you have picss?
post #5 of 23
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Sales pending
post #6 of 23
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still available
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nearing 1000 views, yay!

also will take a trade for DT770s or HFI-650. (shipping cost would be negotiable in that case)
post #11 of 23
Hi, I'm looking for a head amp. Do you have any pics to post of the amp?

Also, is this amp a DIY unit or is it something in the lines of the HeadRoom amps?

Do you have any specs on it? Freq Resp, S/N Ratio, I/O inpedence, etc...

Thanks
post #12 of 23
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Meta42 is a DIY amp designed by a number of members. There are many builders here in this forum who will build them for others. I bought this amp from tigger who has a website at www.headsave.com. This amp is in a Serpac H67 case which is identical to the "transit" version on that website but has superior specs. (Comparable to the "Ultra" version on that website)

You can do a search for Meta in the amplifier forum and find a ton of reviews.

Or look at the sticky reviews at
http://www4.head-fi.org/forums/forum...?s=&forumid=20)
post #13 of 23
H67 is the right size? or does a H65 works great too?
post #14 of 23
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H65 seems to be a bit thinner overall.. given the rounded shapes of the Serpac cases, I do not know if two 9v batteries will fit. They JUST fit in H67 as far as I can tell.
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