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Did you order the buf634's with resistor from ibasso or solder them up yourself?
They came from my Ibasso PB2. But it isn't hard to solder them on yourself.
Cool, l thought i recognized those as ibasso's. I ordered a couple SHINKOH tantalum resistors in 220 ohm and 330 ohm as well as 4 buf634's to try.
Thanks for the replys...
Hi, is this thread still alive? I'm getting one tomorrow and can anyone recommend me a good combo for transparency and wide sound stage?
I quite like the BUF634 buffer (comes in the original kit) with something like the NJM5532 for transparency. I find the OPA627 produces a better stage, but it's a bit warmer so it depends on what you mean when you say transparency as some people interpret that as a 'cooler / more neutral sound'. In terms of hearing all the details and enjoying every second of the music, BUF634 + OPA627 is what I always come back to...
Thanks for the help, which version should I go? 627AP, 627BP?
My understanding is that they both perform the same. I can't recall the difference.
Thanks again, then I will go with AP then. Just got 827 for a cheapie price,
827 is also really nice, doesn't have quite as good an image as 627, but you might prefer it's "cleaner" / brighter sound
Can you give me an image placing the 627 in the adapter. Thanks
Opa827+LM49600 sound wonderful
I saw lots of people here having dirty looking board. I suggest using acrylic lacquer to clean it.
Also can anyone suggest a good replacement for the capacitor in c6 and c7? Thanks
I have Silmic II in 22uF, 25V in my E12DIY. beware of fake ones.
Can some of the more technically / electrically experienced folks on here help me understand the wide bandwidth mode on the BUF634? How do I choose the right resistor value?
can i install this into e12 diy?