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post #2056 of 2060
You could try removing and reinstalling the buffers and op amp. It could be a poor connection.

What buffers and op amp are you using?
post #2057 of 2060
HA5002???
post #2058 of 2060
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Originally Posted by Loquah View Post

You could try removing and reinstalling the buffers and op amp. It could be a poor connection.

What buffers and op amp are you using?

 

Hmm ok I'll try when I get back. Using LME49600 and OPA1161 if I recall correctly.

post #2059 of 2060
Ok. I was wondering if you might be using a DIP8 style like MUSES as I have had poor connections with those sometimes (fixed by re-seating the chip). The stock ones you're using are rarely an issue so let us know how you go with the re-seat.

Also, try checking if it happens with different headphones and with a different input cable. It's possibly there's a poor connection or short at one of the plugs / cables
post #2060 of 2060
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Originally Posted by Loquah View Post

Ok. I was wondering if you might be using a DIP8 style like MUSES as I have had poor connections with those sometimes (fixed by re-seating the chip). The stock ones you're using are rarely an issue so let us know how you go with the re-seat.

Also, try checking if it happens with different headphones and with a different input cable. It's possibly there's a poor connection or short at one of the plugs / cables

 

It's happened with different headphones but have tried with different cables yet. My interconnect is a diy so that's possible too.

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