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Hey all,

 

1st post so please bear with me, just dipped my toe in the water of head amps and bought a Little Dot 1+ to get the ball rolling. The thing that attracted me to this amp is not only the good reviews ive read, but im a born tweaker!, so valve rolling, op amp updating etc is manna from heaven to me.

 

So far ive got a new mains lead, gold plug, iec and gold fuse, a very nice interconnect to replace the stock ones.

 

Questions Questions Questions -

 

Can anyone suggest alternative valves for the amp?

 

Can anyone suggest alternative Op Amp for the amp?

 

The valve bit Im familiar with, as I use and integrated valve amp and no what tube rolling does to the sound, the op amp bit i know nothing about so the more info and recommendations the better.

 

As an aside, have anyone internally damped them chassis, as ive done this as part of some mods on my own valve amp and was very happy with the result. Also, gold internal fuses? and sorbothane pods instead of stock feet?

 

This is crazy, the amp has literally just been delivered today has'nt been out the box other than for a quick look (at my new toy) and im off already

 

Anyway looking forward to many nights happy listening

 

Any information would be greatly appreciated.

 

Will be looking for some news cans in the near future, but will save that for another post i think.

 

Cheers

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This may be a case where the availability of a newcomer's forum section is a bit mis-directed.  I suggest you look into the full-size headphone amplifier section of Head-Fi and use the Search tool.  There are many, many, many threads about the Little Dot amplifiers with tube recommendations, tweaks, etc., etc. :)

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