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Walnut Hi-Fi V2 WAV (& MP3) Player by wt - :ok_hand: screenless budget killer combo DAP/Amp :ok_hand:

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by vapman, Dec 8, 2016.
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  1. Dark Helmet
    Here are some links:
  2. groucho69
    I bought a few on Fleabay. Luckily I still have friends in the components business and got some samples
  3. silverfishla
  4. Dark Helmet
    I Like how it fills out the midrange with warmth, yet still has nice speed, and excellent low mid punch.  I also find that it gives the low lows nice texture.  Probably my favorite op amp out of the ones I have tried, though I am currently using the 2604 which I like a lot as well due to their similarities.
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  5. LaughMoreDaily
    How did you format it to fat32? Someone posted a website that would format the cards while its in the computer but I lost the link. :frowning2:
  6. LaughMoreDaily
  7. DBaldock9

    Depending on which model of Walnut has been shipped to me, I may have to dig around in my Tech School parts bin, from the mid-80s. I know there are some opamps in there... :)
  8. Dark Helmet
    Regardless of which model you get try the op amps you have, you may find a combination that is more to your liking.
  9. Dark Helmet
    How do you like the Phillips NE65532AN?
  10. LaughMoreDaily
    My Walnut has been charging for 4 hours, this is weird, it's usually done after 3. The battery must have been really dead. 
    Do you allow your Walnut's battery to die or do you make sure it doesn't?
  11. DBaldock9

    If I get a model which doesn't have the soldered on surface mount chip, I will probably try some of my opamps that are 30 years old.
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  12. DBaldock9

    If it has a Li-Ion battery, most have built in circuitry that turns off the output at a preset low voltage level - so you shouldn't be able to run it down to "dead".
  13. LaughMoreDaily
    Oh, I see. So the device would turn its off to save the battery from being damaged? (Doesn't like to be empty?)
  14. silverfishla
    I don't have the Walnut yet. It should be here this week. I also have a Little Bear B4 mini tube amp coming too which has changeable op amps. I'm going to pit those against each other.
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  15. flamesofarctica

    Don't have a link handy but fat32format from Ridgecrop. Its free, there are 2 versions one with a GUI (haven't used but others have) and one you run from command prompt (which I've used).
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