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Bravo Audio - funny looking little tube amps

Discussion in 'Headphone Amps (full-size)' started by ear8dmg, Sep 9, 2009.
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  1. Mshenay
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    ... dude we are dealing with RCA here not 3.5mm. I use Coaxial interconnectors and that won't work 
     
  2. techboy
    3.5mm to rca connectors are easily available on ebay,
     
  3. Mshenay
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    ... I don't want 3.5mm to rca interconnectors. I want Coaxial RCA to banna jack RCA in lol, your missing the point. I guess it's just my AudioPhile Hitch, I don't like using 3.5mm it just looks kinda cheesy. I grew up with my Dad having like 40 feet of RCA stretched out over our Den lol, and he had his SACD Player our DVD Player hooked up to the PreAmp Then hooked up to something elese, then hooked up to the speakers. So I want a simmilar set up but with a Digital Source out of my Dac hooked up to my multiple amps <3
     
    Creating an almost vintage through back to his old system but with new tech :D
     
    Also Open Back headphones are usually more accurate and natrual than closed back right, assuming that the open backs don't suffer from the coloration of resonnace  
     
  4. geetarman49
    Mshenay  - the coleman ls3 should do the trick for you.
    http://www.colemanaudio.com/swtchr.htm
     
    oops, ixnay ... just saw that this uses 1/4" trs, vice rca ... still looking ...
     
     
    forget what i just posted ... the original suggestion (rolls ss32) by UmustBKidn  should work for you.
     
    1 rca in - 3 selectable rca out.
     
    in your case, common is the input and you have a choice of outputs a, b, or c.
     
  5. Mshenay
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    So it is reversable, that's what I was hoping 
     
  6. geetarman49
    yes, it is bi-directional and you also have the advantage of using either rca or 3.5mm trs for any of the input/output(s).
     
  7. SanDIegoDog
    Thank you very much. That is a really well-thought out response that I was looking for. Very helpful and informative. Cheers!
     
  8. UmustBKidn
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    Near as I can tell, yes. No power = nothing to melt if you turn the electrons around and run them the other direction [​IMG]
     
    Enterprising folks might even suggest making your own switch. Four pairs of gold plated RCA jacks, a box, a switch, some wire, a soldering gun, some good solder, a drill and an hour or so and you're all set. Doubt you'd save much money, but it might be fun and a boost to your self esteem :)
     
  9. DefQon
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    You mean a multi input/output passive preamp?
     
  10. Mshenay
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    well I suck with a soddering gun, that might change but not for a while
     
    but hopefully it will work if I reverse it! 
     
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    no not an amp of any kind
     
  11. DefQon
    A passive preamp is not an amp of any kind, it allows you to select multiple different input sources to different output sources, it doesn't add anything to the sound nor does it require power. It is essentially a switch.
     
  12. Mshenay
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    YAY knowledge, so yes that is what I need
     
  13. DefQon
    I need one two now that we are on the topic. 
     
  14. UmustBKidn
  15. jaywillin
    while i've got the little dot I+ opened up, to change to ef95 setting, got the g3 with the sylvania 12au7 gold lettering, pins pulling some head time, cleansing the pallet so to speak
     
     
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