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KimLaroux

DIY Hybrid headphone amplifier

It's as if the Millett "Starving Student" and the SOHA II had a bady: The power supply was inspired by the one in the SOHA II (and in parts identical), while the amplifier circuit itself is the same topology as the Starving Student. This was a learning project, I had no idea what I was doing when I
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