Posts filed under: DIY Audio

Korg Nutube was introduced first time more than 2 years ago. But yeah, due to quite busy life, I was not really tempted to try this stuff until I got chance to see myself and decide to grab one of...
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It’s been a very long time since my last post in this blog. Well, common reason, busy with daily work activities. Anyway, I will write a short one and try to write some more later šŸ™‚ This small project actually...
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It has been a really long time since my last post. Just got chance to listen anĀ SIT/V-FET amplifier powered with 2SJ27 and really blew my mind. I listenĀ SIT/V-FET little brother, 2SK82 quite some time ago and wasn’t that impressed. I’m...
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Power distributor (or commonly known as power strip) is nothing new. I believe we can find this power strip everywhere – in our home, office, even in our desk or wall. But this one is not just an ordinary power...
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There is always something new and interesting in DIY audio world. That’s why this sort of endless journey for me. Meeting new friend, trying new setup, testing new “invention” (or tweak), sharing new combinations, and so on. This time, I...
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I have been waiting for quite some time to try this experiment: To try my own formula for tin solder. I own, test, and use a lot of tin solder from various brand, so this is the time to try...
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I understand that I didn’t put too many photos on my first article regarding this Schumann Resonator here. I was too excited (and too lazy) to edit the photos. So here is the 2nd article to share some more guidance...
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I got email from Anton Mehl, owner of Spatium Audio few weeks back. He told me he used to be a regular long time reader of my blog. He has beenĀ specialized himself in improving sound of instruments and human voice....
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As part of my modification plan (for my Korg MR-2000S), I will need to convert the SMD to DIP. That’s because all the original components on the Korg MR-2000S mostly are SMD, like below opamp. I’m not saying those kind...
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I have some spare time on this weekend, so I continue the pending journey from last time: Disassembling Korg MR-2000S. Before we continue, you might want to check this link if you haven’t read my previous brief introduction with Korg...
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One thing that might have been my habit is I like to go with ultimate option. Not necessarily to be the most expensive, but more on the top quality and near perfection product. Unfortunately, most of top quality product is...
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My second post of the weekend. This is my new source gear, Korg MR-2000S 1-Bit Studio Recorder. I have been looking for a very good source and I’m a believer in high resolution audio format (and proper DSP for re/upsampling...
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