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Welcome Orange Amplification!

Orange Amplification
Really excited to have Orange Amplification reach out to me for reviewing their latest ~$60 discrete op-amps! I was honored by receiving that email and they contacted me through this website!

I will be doing a head-to-head comparison of Orange Amp. against Burson Audio V5-OPA & V5i series through Audeze EL-8 open-back planar magnetic headphones and a home theater system utilizing Wharfedale Diamond 220’s (Front L/R) + Def. Tech C/L/R 2002 (center) + Polk Monitor30s (rears) through a Yamaha RX-V863.

 
The upcoming reviews will be utilizing a Diligent Analog Discovery2 for measuring THD, SNR, Freq Resp, etc. so it’s going to be much more quantitative than my previous reviews.

Until this happens I will be working on my review of the Cable+ RCA-to-RCA for Burson Audio and also their full OPA line-up in my ZXR!

Stay tuned!

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Electrical Engineering student (Jr year) with a background in IT. Such as dealing with large scale network infrastructure upgrades at Lowe's HQ and former lead hardware tech for the NC Government. My specialty has shifted over to audio hardware and vintage hardware re-certifications along with treble bleeds.

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    • I had to put the Orange Amplification and Sparkos Labs discrete comparison on hold while I completed a review of the Burson Play DAC/Amp combo. This review will be released shortly (next few days) around 5k words with technical captures from oscilloscope and measurements with RightMark though a Creative ZXr. The methods I iron out in this review will be the benchmark I go by in the reviews currently on hold (that includes the Orange Amplification review). Once I publish the Burson Play review I will begin on the meat of the discrete op-amp review (part 2). Thanks for reading!

      Keith

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