2020 is the year I ended up swapping out pretty much my entire desktop, main stereo and home theatre setups. I think the COVID-19 situation and actually spending more time under remote working conditions did free up additional time for me; leading to changing out my setups. Of the most recent changes, I sold both […]
In January this year, I finally decided to change out my home stereo setup and experience my music differently. In doing so, I sold my NAD C162 Stereo Preamplifier. That piece of kit was a full featured solid state preamplifier and a component I have come to adore. It did pretty much everything I asked […]
With the current work from home arrangements most of us are familiar with, I moved my desk from the Master to the Music Room. My main stereo setup is in the same room on the wall to the right of my desk. Undoubtedly, it would be simpler to have just one setup for my music, […]
A few months have past since my last post. My current stereo setup is 75% new and still evolving. While I would have loved to post some of those changes as they happened, the lack of a personal PC kind of got in the way. I finally got a mini PC up and running; the […]
For less than $10 SGD and about 45mins of work, this is a great fix; short of building a faraday cage around my entire setup. If you are having to deal with similar intermittent high pitch frequencies while listening to your music, give this fix a go…
Here is where my gripe with GhentAudio begins. The cable insulation colors of included wiring harness do not match up. You could trim/splice solder them together in the middle as they are. Or if you are OCD as I am, you might unpin them using a tiny flat head screwdriver and repin them correctly.
Similar ICEpower modules are used by OEM manufacturers in their Class D amplifier product lines costing about $3,000-4,000 USD. Some examples include Wyred4Sound and Bel Canto. In this article, I will list where to ORDER the necessary components online. Similar to my bill of parts, these come up to about $300 USD excluding shipping. I will list the actual BUILD in the next article.
At under $2.00 SGD for 2x each capacitor type, this fix was well under $10.00 SGD with the exception of some time required to remove and install the capacitors.
Showing some previous DIY projects. Made a few bookshelf monitors and floorstanders using Vifa and Solen crossover components. Housed in 3/4 inch marine plywood held in place with Maxbond (liquid nails) and wrapped in teak veneer before finishing off with matt lacquer. Below is a playlist of videos with some sound tests.
Welcome to nimophile. Yup, I am back having just signed up for a 3-yr hosting plan with Dreamhost over the Black Friday Weekend. Fingers crossed all this pans out well. Will get my first proper post out so do check back soon.