Removing the top cover and finally we see the DAC. For some reason I expected the DAC to be wrapped in some form protective foam bag (probably because the inner-box reminded me so much of mobile phone packaging. But honestly, the DAC unit is already well protected and there is no need for anything else.
From this perspective the fit and finish of the DAC is excellent. Greasy fingers is likely to leave a mark on the surface though - I did a quick test and already you can see some streaks. Not that big a deal, they can be wiped off easily.
Comment from: airil Visitor
hey, u still have this thing?
i think what happen is that the opamp chip needs change. Consider LME49720 if u dont fancy to do any soldering, or just buy the Burson V5i if u have budget, easier.
I crossed this text when i roll the opamp, and i think my opa1612 is bad, and got this text.
Comment from: Member
Yeah still have it. Using it mainly for work. Am considering a Burson V5i, will eventually buy one (waiting for a sitewide e-bay discount to pull the trigger).