I mentioned in an OT thread that I had this amp and I figured at least Loudsystem would like to see it / get some details, so here goes. Amp was built buy the Head-Fi Member "Erix" and is somewhat 'famous' around those parts for its completely non DIY case. Regretably, the JB weld holding the rear panel gave out recently (thus the temporary epoxy now). I'm going to real-weld it soon. Its losely based on the popular/great META42 design making it a "custom multiloop" not a real META42 as I mentioned before. Specs are as follows: (2) BUF634T per channel in wide bandwidth mode (1) BUF634T virtual ground driver (2) AD823 opamps (1 is a buffer before the x-feed) Wima MKP10 caps through out the x-feed (4) 2200uF/16V Cerafine resevoir/filter caps (4) 1uF/63V local bypasses (1) 4-pole, 3-throw rotary switch for the crossfeed 1% Metal Flim Resistors throughout Powered by 12V Regulated Wallwart. It has RCA in, mini in and a 1/4" headphone ouput. Locking jack was considered apparently but why would anyone want to disrupt the face of this thing with an ugly black/red jack? Currently in the works is an internal power supply to replace the wallwart but as is, it sounds incredible (better than all but the best META42's I've heard in terms of accuracy and near a sugden headmaster in terms of dynamicism and punch). 1/2 on the volume (from a relatively weak M-Audio 24/96 output) will cause PAIN with even hard to drive HD580s. My Grados were quite loud at 1/4. This amp has balls Enjoy EDIT: Case is all hand-build from brushed aluminum. Amp was aquired in a computer/hardware trade some time ago from the original owner. Also, that mini->RCA contraption is for my iRiver 350 until I buy a good mini->mini inteconnect.