Dreaming of The DACby Auw JimmyJanuary 20, 2011DIY Audio8 Coming soon… 😉 Thinking about independent shunt regulator for each rail, precision passive I/V, and tube output. Share this post Previous Next Auw Jimmy Related Posts “The Ultimate” MyRef Rev C – A Tribute to Mauro Penasa Korg Nutube: Similar but Not the Same with Tube DIY Microphone Balanced (XLR) Cable Static Induction Transistor (SIT): The Final Frontier DIY Power Distributor with All Furutech NCF Socket ATP Quantum Disc for Schumann Resonator Tin Solder Experiment: Mixing Gold, Silver, and Tin Schumann Resonator Made in Indonesia (Continued) Spatium Audio Clavis Power Filter Module Article Comments WF January 21, 2011 06:57 I also have a couple of AD1865NK. They are such a wonderful DAC chip ever made! How about the digital receiver and the digital filter about this project? NOS or OS? Auw Jimmy January 21, 2011 09:57 Hi, Probably NOS. Thanks. Anonymous January 25, 2011 07:55 Another wonderful DAC is 1541/1541A, but need to bypass OPA and use tube output only can release its real potential. Anonymous February 2, 2011 03:57 I bet you will use passive D1 I/V stage Jimmy ? Auw Jimmy February 2, 2011 09:55 Nah… D1 never comes to my head so far… dvb-projekt February 6, 2011 23:43 That were exactly my wishes that i had. Perhaps your are interested to my finished project, based on the TDA1541A at diyaudio.com : http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/group-buys/167414-reference-tda1541a-dac-i2s-bus-architecture.html Auw Jimmy February 7, 2011 19:12 Hi, Thanks for your offering. But the price seemed quite expensive compared if I make it locally or doing P2P wiring. Not as beauty as your PCB though, but probably I can live with it. Thanks. democles March 27, 2011 18:26 AD1865,I have made several one,s http://forum.zelfbouwaudio.nl/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=12441 It is in dutch,but the pictures show a lot. Comments are now closed for this article.