- Jun 26, 2021
- Sydney. NSW, Australia
I'm entirely in context, though. You say, quite clearly, that you intended this to be a "subjective thread". And yes, I read the thread and it is subjective.This isn't what you're doing though... Being blunt? Hardly, You're simply being a dick.
Since when is opamp swapping dangerous? Since when is drilling a set of holes in a piece of aluminum some sort of dangerous electronics crusade? I replaced a capacitor... It is assumed it was done safely, I don't need to produce a demonstration.
Everyone in this thread who have posted their experiences, have all said at the outset that everything they post should be considered subjective... Because the reality is... no matter what. What does and does not sound good to you, regardless of any real scientific measurements being done or not, is still subjective. Only a few of us have the luxury of A/B testing the A07 to the A07 pro... Did you notice that there are people in both camps? There are some who think and feel that one sounds better than the other.
Get much worse? How can it get worse than you, deciding to be misinformed by not fully reading the thread, taking things written, out of their context.. Misunderstanding people's posts because of that, jumping to conclusions and then offering a woefully misinformed opinion on thread specifics. Imagine doing all that... Just to come off as a troll? Can't get much worse than that.
Seems like your comments here show the least amount of dedicated research and understanding possible... I'm embarrassed for you.
Why not go back... Follow through. Find out where and why you're wrong, in the spefic places that you were wrong - and then rectify the situation here. Seriously... We will all be better off if you - be a bit more respectful and do your due diligence.
Nobody here is doing a damn thing to demonstrate that there is any improvement from what you are doing. That is fundamental here.
Nobody here is checking for any problems that may be caused by your changes. You're actually at threat of pushing your amplifier into oscillation, overheating and burning out components or the entire amplifier, damaging the rest of your systems into the bargain.
You are clearly dealing with heat from the changes you are making, because you are making further modifications to deal with it: you are pushing an amplifier that normally runs fairly cool, as I understand it, to run hot.
But yes, I'm a dick, and I'm reporting myself to the admins. Good riddance to me. One of them will probably still have a few suggestions to make about your activities here. You might at least want to heed them.