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Are you sure you don't mean bipolar? Bandpass is commonly associated with one-note-wonders and Walmart spinners.
Wow... That was a very nice line.

Hey bandpass has its place... kinda... for movies and cheap speakers...
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Are the OPAMPs swappable on this bad boy? Does anyone know how the DAC in this compares to the DAC in the Onkyo SE-U55X? This seems like a pretty good alternative to and external DAC if you can place it far enough away from your video cards, and swappable OPAMPs would be icing on the cake.
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Are the OPAMPs swappable on this bad boy? Does anyone know how the DAC in this compares to the DAC in the Onkyo SE-U55X? This seems like a pretty good alternative to and external DAC if you can place it far enough away from your video cards, and swappable OPAMPs would be icing on the cake.
Doubtful, but I can't be entirely sure.

There are several professional cards that definitely are worthy of being used in a good pc-based rig, but they seem to garner much less attention (exception would probably be the Juli@, which I see mentioned frequently).
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