|5th June 2008, 06:01 PM||#41|
Join Date: Oct 2007
Pin 14 of IC703 connects to middle leg of Q801.
And yes, i am completly sure. Followed the trace with magnifyer.
Its a clear and visible trace!
But i cant see this on schematic :S
It should have E14.3 C14.1 B13.1Volts.
And it has!! Not strange that IC703 has ~13 volts on leg 14..
Is it a possebility that there are slightly different versions
of this amp? Because the schematic does not seem to match.
Or is it just me...
Maybe i should just put everything back in place and se how it works. Its frustrating when the schematic does not match the
|5th June 2008, 07:20 PM||#42|
Join Date: Nov 2003
It's entirely possible that the schematic and the amp you have are different. Many amplifiers have multiple versions.
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