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Old 01-28-2013, 09:31 AM
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We are working on the Drip Opto 4, which is a LA2A clone. We are getting pretty close and might actually have it finished up this week. We are posting a few pictures and pics on our facebook page. Here's a link: http://www.facebook.com/thirdeyestudios?ref=ts. I'm not actually doing the soldering, my tech buddy Jamey is, and it's turning out great!! All in all it will be about $1200 or so, a little more expensive than it says on the Drip site, but for a LA2A with Dual T4s (slow and fast), it's a bargain!!

I'm looking hard at those Lindell Kits too. The "pultec" eq looks awesome. We might do a stereo pair of the Drip pultec clones too. Hopefully this year!!
I'm looking at yours and you're using a pcb, while the one I'm planning to do is point to point. From your experience ( I don't usually do much duy for rackmount hardware) which do you think would be more accurate sounding?
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I'm looking at yours and you're using a pcb, while the one I'm planning to do is point to point. From your experience ( I don't usually do much duy for rackmount hardware) which do you think would be more accurate sounding?
I would suppose the point to point would be more accurate. From what I've read on the Drip forum, the Opto 4 should actually have a lower noise floor, because of the spacing between the traces and the exceptional grounding scheme. The Drip forum is great if you haven't checked it out yet. Lots of information.
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