Jul 22, 2017 at 4:33 PM
yes, it is a diy adapter, a standart adapter doesn't fit to zishan.. you need 8 legs of these pins,Swapped out the overly smooth syrupy 2604 opamp for a JRC 4580DD. This'll be staying for a while just gorgeous all around so far
Testing with the highly revealing JVC/Victor Studios HA-MX100-Z.
Was going to mess with replacing those 2 caps but only had 470uf's that were too large in size.
I really wanted to throw some Elna Cerafine in that spot but no such luck.
With this 4580DD opamp in the LPF socket there is no need to do so it has kept somewhat of the Elna RE3 signature or whatever they are stock, but dealt perfectly with their edginess.
=Unit here is the stock one but with the15V board/mod option.
***endia your picture there how are you managing to use that adapter board opamp? Is the height a little less than normal?
Does it not bottom out on the top board ?
I might see about replacing some pins on a couple adapter boarded opamps i have here to reduce the height. Maybe.
i stripped black plastic parts and inserted onto a bigger dip adapter, soldered the legs from long side to the adapter and then cut leftover legs from the top of the adapter..
or you can buy one of that browndog adapter (second from right) as i have only one but needed 3-4 of them..