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Obviously not the most gorgously headphone amp. There are now aluminum plates for shielding between the parts, connected to the chassis. Also used a glue gun for isolating some wiring and solderings.

 

Left to do now; assembling the black plastic volume knob with some epoxy glue and fix some soft feet underneath. Any suggestions?

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Maybe a wooded box on the outside should be nice.

 

About the feet, the original LBC SE has SSC-feet. How important are those, ase the amp not having any movable parts, lika a CD-player? Maybe some soft rubber foam will be an alternative (as used for packing hard discs)? Already using some for my CD-player and home cinema amp.

 

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Mikael,

Which power supply capacitors do you have in there?

I was also looking at those SSC feet. Same as the original Lehmann but so expensive for no benefit other than for beauty.
Beautiful girls are expensive but with more benefits wink.gif

I decided to purchase the UNI-T UT61A from Amazon for $36 shipped.
http://thebrightsideforums.com/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=1334
I could use an extra DMM.

It comes with a special plug for measuring transistors which ONLY works with model UT61A.
The higher level models, UT61B,C,D,... do not have the hFE transistor measuring function.

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