And another no... No need for opamp rolling..he tried them all in the long more then 20 years of experience in which tried all opamps possible in his opamp based amps (allmost all his amps are opamp based more or less)
and he uses only the best of the best..once a respected reviewer asked him what kind he uses..he didnt get a clear answer..only that its roots comes from the high end industry .(whatever that means)... And, and i quote' we have to validate/appreciate what comes out of the amp..not whats in it..
So no one knows what kind of opamps he uses..but the reviewers who were allowed to review one of his pieces are all stunned how they sound..so i am guessing he must be using some kind of high quality opamps to achieve that.
.damn....looking at how the inside looks like..i cant even start to imagine how much work that has to be for a single man to do that.its almost looks like its assembled by a robot..so clean and symmetric all the hand soldered cables are.
The mainamp is truly a piece of art on the inside..blue painted insides..hello..anyone seen that before? Or the 14g steel used for the chassis instead of the more regularely used aluminium.. He could use non branded xlr 3pin sockets and 1/4 socket ....but no..he used high quality lockable Neutrik with the silver pins..not copper..he even used a 4pin xlr of same series on the backside to connect the external powersupply instead of a cheapish standard iem socket..so all in all its not whats in it what counts if we talk about BC products..its what comes out of it..whether ur using speakers or in my case a headphone.
Never thought i would say it..but i think i found my endgame rig together with my code-x