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This amp has served me very well over the last couple of months. It works great, and I have been quite pleased with it. The MINT is esentially a portable Meta42.

Built by MisterX in a Peppermint Altoids mint tin. It runs off of two 9V batteries, and lasts about 40 hours on one charge. Comes with AD8620 Op-amp, with two 470uF caps, BUF634 buffers, 1/8" mini input and headphone jacks, but without a power LED. It is very easy to tell if the amp is on or off (if the toggle switch is up, the amp is on). It is just like the one on www.jmtaudio.com. Sounds and looks great.

Sorry, no camera, so no pictures, but the amp is in EXCELLENT condition.

Check my feedback under the ebay username "scott1947". Payment would be through PayPal. Asking $75 shipped. Thanks for your interest!
 
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the AD8620 is made by Analog Devices as the AD states in the part number
 
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Quote:

Originally Posted by ufokillerz
the AD8620 is made by Analog Devices as the AD states in the part number



Sorry! I don't know a lot about this stuff, I just read the model numbers off of all of the components. Edited original post. Thanks!
 
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