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Nice, considering there is no such chip as a LMH49700... :rolleyes:


That's why I posted. Second opinion from audio chip doctors.

Also could not get the gist of their OP AMP OPA1611 text.

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BS Trolldragon, LMH49700 is what I call BBQ Baked Lays smily_headphones1.gif
post #2943 of 3695
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That's why I posted. Second opinion from audio chip doctors.

Also could not get the gist of their OP AMP OPA1611 text.


I get this from Google

"Two-OP AMP OPA1611 is designed specifically for music. We did not change."

 

The OPA1611 is actually a good single channel opamp, so I guess they didn't modify it in any way.

 

 

 

post #2944 of 3695
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Originally Posted by Saoshyant View Post

BS Trolldragon, LMH49700 is what I call BBQ Baked Lays smily_headphones1.gif


Spoken in drawl...

"Y'all give us a bag of them there LMH49700's..." :atsmile:

post #2945 of 3695
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Spoken in drawl...

"Y'all give us a bag of them there LMH49700's..." :atsmile:


Mailed them anyway about their LMH49700.They look like they mod entry-level stuff from the site....with imaginary chips !

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Mailed them anyway about their LMH49700.They look like they mod entry-level stuff from the site....with imaginary chips !


It will be good to see what they say... Yes indeed the do very simple mods, solder pin 1 to ground (LME49600) and change a few caps.

 

There was a guy who PM'ed me one time about modding the Colorfly C3, he changed the DAC to the Line Out version, added a buffer stage and a pile of caps. I even think he increased the voltage of the amp to accommodate for the Line Out buffer, filled up the little space that was free inside the C3's case.

post #2947 of 3695
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Spoken in drawl...

"Y'all give us a bag of them there LMH49700's..." :atsmile:

Sounds like Buffalo Chips.

post #2948 of 3695
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Sounds like Buffalo Chips.


Could be, I wonder if it has one of these in the silicon?

 

I like the little "Chips" behind the Buffalo, there was one added for each build revision. :D

post #2949 of 3695
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Could be, I wonder if it has one of these in the silicon?

 

I like the little "Chips" behind the Buffalo, there was one added for each build revision. :D

Looks like the latest 9nm geometry. Those are almost scat molecules. I imagine any opamp made from those chips must have a serious slew rate.

post #2950 of 3695
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Originally Posted by StanD View Post
 

Looks like the latest 9nm geometry. Those are almost scat molecules. I imagine any opamp made from those chips must have a serious slew rate.

LOL!

post #2951 of 3695
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You can try a different source and see if it does the same thing. If it is still the same then try a different cable. If the trouble persist then the input is probably damaged.

Yeah, I did all this already, which is how I know the problem is the cable. And to be more specific, the issue isn't the position of the connector inside the amp or source. The problem is the position (or orientation?) of the line between the connectors. It seems that half of the ways that the cable wants to orient leads to loss of sound in my left ear and noise in the right. There is a loss of connection in the line somewhere.
post #2952 of 3695
Then you can probably request a replacement
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Originally Posted by StanD View Post
 

Looks like the latest 9nm geometry. Those are almost scat molecules. I imagine any opamp made from those chips must have a serious slew rate.


So here were the E12 mod kit "magic Buffalo molecules" ...........

Quote "He change capacitor 11 pcs (8 Brown , 2Green)"..unquote

 

post #2954 of 3695
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So here were the E12 mod kit "magic Buffalo molecules" ...........

Quote "He change capacitor 11 pcs (8 Brown , 2Green)"..unquote

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

What's supposed to be so special about the capacitors?

post #2955 of 3695
Also the two jumpers from pin 1 to 3 on each of the LME49600's to switch it into high BW mode.

Now if he only had a secret stash of Black Gate's...
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