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That's not my prerogative Kannan! you have to ask Aniket that.why not use dedicated boards for left and right channels.
If you can get the entire chain that way, then nothing like it, no cross talk or spill over.That's not my prerogative Kannan! you have to ask Aniket that.
A Dual-Mono Preamplifier...?
I've seen some preamplifiers boasting "Dual Mono" designs... My question is do dual mono preamplifiers actually have better channel separation and other advantages over regular stereo preamplifiers, or is it just smoke and mirrors?
I'm curious to see what others have to say.
It's based on Toshiba BJTs. All discrete components.Class A design.Congratulations!
What is the design of this?
There are no opamps.
There is really no need for dual mono, if PCB layout is good. It could be beneficial in bdi high gain application like phonostage. I have tried dual mono configuration of my existing phonostage, but there wasn't any difference in sq in my system.why not use dedicated boards for left and right channels.
Interesting to know, how is sound compared to dcb1/B1 based on 3sk170 jfets?Crosstalk is less than -95dB, i beleive that no humar ear can hear that.
The design is full symmetric push pull class A, it uses low noise matched pair BJT’s from ROHM and KEC.
Good God !! these people have become like the Chinese Rip-off parties in ebay.com
That's an unfair and unhealthy trade practice... can you pl specify which designs.
It seems Eight audio has changed their website layout. Aniket has mentioned this issue here also, post # 56 https://www.hifivision.com/threads/high-performance-class-a-amplifier.67541/page-3#post-772204That's an unfair and unhealthy trade practice... can you pl specify which designs.
I personally don't endorse or subscribe to such organizations...
so, placing eight audio on my black list.