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Op Amp LM456NA

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Where would I go about buying one of these to upgrade an Asus Xonar DS PCI 7.1 Soundcard? Many Thanks Read More
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
Where would I go about buying one of these to upgrade an Asus Xonar DS PCI 7.1 Soundcard?

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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#2
Have you read a tutorial/guide that allows you to upgrade your current sound card by use of an op amp component?
#3
danmc

Thats not the OP amp.
#4
The Xonar has a swappable OP amp apparently I don't really know too much about it but I've read reviews and they suggest it increases the sound quality.
#5
It would help to know a bit more about this bigfoot, how old are you? Just out of interest as age in this situation might be to your advantage in obtaining the component.

Edited By: Dechilo on Aug 22, 2010 21:18: mistake
#6
I'm 20 and a University Student if that helps?
#7
Helps a lot, which uni are you at?
#8
LM4562NA is what you're after.
#9
Exeter
#10
LM4562NA is what you're after.

Yer but where can I buy one?
#11
Oh yeah, the age helps because the cheapest way you can get your component for less than £1 is to ask your ''systems engineering'' (that's usually department where the electronics stuff happens) technician to add the component to their next order. I am at Reading uni in the SSE (School of Systems Engineering).
#12
bigfoot100
LM4562NA is what you're after.


Yer but where can I buy one?

Try search on Google or Ebay...:p
#13
Dechilo
Oh yeah, the age helps because the cheapest way you can get your component for less than £1 is to ask your ''systems engineering'' (that's usually department where the electronics stuff happens) technician to add the component to their next order. I am at Reading uni in the SSE (School of Systems Engineering).

Oh I didn't think about that I'll ask one of our technicians. Thanks for your help :)
#14
Np, if you try other places maybe maplins will be of assistance, but anywhere else will be more expensive than your uni can get it for ;)
#15
#16
lee, thats £4.27 for 1 unit plus postage? or is that extra? either way its probably cheaper to ask a techie in a larger organisation such as a uni/college or even school. Suppose it depends how much he wants the component now.

*** £5.02 inc vat.

Edited By: Dechilo on Aug 22, 2010 21:31: wrong price
#17
i think postage is normally free with small online orders, ill have a look at work tomoz and see if we have any :)
#18
Thanks For your help :)
#19
sorry mate non at work
#20
leemole101
sorry mate non at work

No worries thanks anyway :)

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