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post #61 of 67

I think i should be fine soldering the pin. Did a few with ridax like connect for ipods.

If only i can open my L6 easily without killing it.

post #62 of 67

Which hichicon es caps did you use, im thinking of tweaking my lod.

 

http://www.hificollective.co.uk/catalog/-c-61_68_322_363.html

 

 

post #63 of 67
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Originally Posted by Huxley View Post

Which hichicon es caps did you use, im thinking of tweaking my lod.

http://www.hificollective.co.uk/catalog/-c-61_68_322_363.html
I am using 100uF 6.3V. You can use 47uF as well if you want to, but don't go too small.
post #64 of 67

I accidentally ripped out the ground contact of my L6 while trying to recable it, I compensated by soldering the ground wire directly to the ground pin on the circuit broad, it works well but I have any nod on my head on whether I'm sacrificing something... none of the caps connected to the ground contact did it? cause i have some of those OXIcaps coming in and i would like to know.

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lol actually you made me go and read some reviews, i flip flopped again and decided to go with Elna... hahaha oh well we'll see how this goes!

 

 

Old thread bump, if anyone is still around.

 

Just wondering how you got on with that LOD from ebay? They are quite a premium over the standard fiiO L6, which are £6 shipped on ebay.

 

Was it the one from Turkey or Hong Kong?

post #66 of 67

Did the full mod with 47uF oxicap and the WIMA caps. Shortened the cable too. Leaked super glue everywhere when closing up the housing so it looks kinda ugly now but at least it works and sounds good lol. Sounds REALLY good.

 

 

vNUQK.jpg

 

 

I should also mention that this was my 2nd attempt, I lost a solder pad on the first one, the PCB is really crappy. Also both came with Niobium caps already, only 4.7uF though.


Edited by lawrywild - 6/27/12 at 2:12pm
post #67 of 67
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I should also mention that this was my 2nd attempt, I lost a solder pad on the first one, the PCB is really crappy. Also both came with Niobium caps already, only 4.7uF though.

Good to know FiiO at least has improved the L6.
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