I didn't want to buy the official "wireless upgrade module" which KZ sells for their ZS5/6 and other compatible IEMs (There I said it! ). Anyway, a LOT of people were asking about the module sound quality and without hearing one I couldn't actually help them out. I'm totally against giving advice on gear I never heard. … Continue reading The KZ Wireless module sound quality.
When I first jumped to the portable audio enthusiast train, my first pairs of headphones didn't need a portable amplifier to sound great. I don't say this in jest, it's the truth. Sure, my music players were mostly Sony Walkman's at the time, so they had decent sounding inbuilt amplifiers, this was in 90's so … Continue reading Why you might not need a better headphone amplifier.
Sometimes I really hate living in Portugal, If I want to buy some JRC4556 for my low impedance headphone amp I must pay 18€ of shipment doesn’t matter if it’s 1 or 30 op-amps, if the purchase doesn’t go above 65€ the shipment must be paid. I get people must get paid to make my shipment but 18€ … Continue reading JRC4556, shipment prices and other rants.
The Sony ST80W, TA88 and speakers. Read more here.
I think I’ll need another box, a volume controler and a input selector (not really a pre-amp but similar in use)
I only need some connectors to have all the stuff I need to build this : http://diyaudioprojects.com/Chip/DIY-TDA2050-Hi-Fi-Chip-Amplifier/ I don’t actually need this amp because I have a nice one already but I want to have some fun. Chiisai Fukurou It’s a pleasure to share stuff, one of the few joys of the internet.
Solve for -3 db Frequency Solve for Capacitor Value Load Input Impedance (Ohms): 32 Capacitor Value (µF): 680 -3db Frequency (Hz):7.31 Optimal low frequency response (Hz):73.14 After some “study” I went for the 680uf caps. 32 Ohms are the base impedance of my grados. People say electrolytics color the sound, I must be deaf because I … Continue reading My DC coupling caps.
freelovedugmeuphowsmyhair: They don’t make ‘em like they use to. Just fixed my amplifier, pretty wrapped. What a beauty!