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deposit paid. Go Fiio Go!

Me too. Go go go.

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I am seriously considering a E12 Mont Blanc, I came over to this forum to have a read of peoples thoughts, then I saw this thread.

 

Being a dance, techno, house lover, am I to expect that I will get the most out of this type of music with the DIY unit?  I'm no stranger to op-amps and IC so that's not going to be my problem.  I'm just looking for that extra bit to add to my music experience.

 

Thanks for any thoughts.

Justin

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Deposit paid. ^_^

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Deposit paid. cool.gif

 

That silver looks really cool!

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sorry i am new..so i understand there are 12 possible combos but in order to use them do i need to solder it to the pcb? so if yes once solder how do i change the combo? or is it just plug n play?

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Take a look on the first page, no soldering iron needed. ;)

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so its $200 ? hmm will it drive 600ohms headphones

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i am not sure what to expect from the different combo...is it like eg wider sound stage combo .. more bassy combo.. darker sound combo etc?

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Deposit paid as well... can't wait for this!

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Deposit paid hope I'll manage to handle to install the op amp
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Are the opamps in the kit set in stone or maybe they could change?
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Important notice: to change the op or buf, you don't need to have any solder skill, there are socket on the PCB.

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Are the opamps in the kit set in stone or maybe they could change?

 

Buffer will be hard to change but the three included are some of the best around, so there is no real need to change them. As for opamp, you are not limited to those included. However, not all opamp will be compatible.

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