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Beogram 6500 RIAA Opamps Replacement - What do You prefer?

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kimhav
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kimhav posted on Sun, Apr 18 2021 12:10 PM

As the subject states; what do you prefer - the original op-amps used by B&O on the BG6500 which is an LM833 and LM4558 - or are there any other op-amps that you you would use?

Googling on the topic is an interesting rabbit hole of discussion on the topic and therefore it would be interesting to hear what your opinions are in this matter - Stick with the original or go with something else?

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Dillen replied on Sun, Apr 18 2021 3:49 PM

What is it you want?
Better slew-rate?
Better s/n ratio?
Or?

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kimhav replied on Sun, Apr 18 2021 8:50 PM

Martin, it was an open question if anyone has experimented by changing the opamps on the RIAA PCB-board used by the Beograms and as mentioned it seems that people have preferred opamps depending on what sound that want to get out of the RIAA amplifiers.

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