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post #46 of 55

This is a little bit dead but I just finished building my O2+ODAC and I'm so impressed with the results that I wanted to go further. Any recommendations?

post #47 of 55

Fun build: anything by Bottlehead. 

 

Insane build: QRV08

post #48 of 55

I´ll have to have a look into it to decide which one is the one that suits me better. :L3000:

 

I´m impressed how easy was to build the O2+ODAC, even though they didn´t recommend it for your first project. Some difficulties just in the trade of keeping the batteries in. Awesome combo by the way.

post #49 of 55
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Originally Posted by Ashade View Post
 

This is a little bit dead but I just finished building my O2+ODAC and I'm so impressed with the results that I wanted to go further. Any recommendations?

 

KGSSHV, Dynahi, Dynalo, b22, Megatron or a Blue Hawaii should be a fun build for you.

post #50 of 55

It's helpful:wink_face:

post #51 of 55
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Originally Posted by Armaegis View Post
 

Fun build: anything by Bottlehead. 

 

Insane build: QRV08

 

I haven't tried the Bottlehead, but the QRV08 was certainly fun. Also it sounds extremely good.

post #52 of 55
How difficult was the QRV08 build?
post #53 of 55

Took me about six hours to stuff the board. I mean once you learn how much solder to use it becomes easier and much faster than through-hole. Some of the part labels were harder to figure out but all in all - I wouldn't call it too hard if you know what you're doing. I had to troubleshoot two of the shuntregs because of a cold joint and a short. I just followed the schematic and it was alright.

post #54 of 55

I stumbled upon these kits http://www.augustica.com/  randomly while looking for different DIY options and was wondering what you guys think? I can't really find any info other then what the manufacturer  gives or anybody who has built or reviewed one yet. From what I gather they're a pretty new company from Canada and that's it. 

post #55 of 55

Headwise has a new url http://headwize.com

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