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seankane 26th November 2012 01:29 AM

Hifonics Brutus BRZ1700D.1
 
Hello amp powers up but its in protect and has no output.

Shorted outputs or faulty protection?

Thinking about buying this amp just want a heads up on what I may be getting myself into??

seankane 26th November 2012 01:31 AM

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A pic of the board, looks to be the same as the brutus BX2005D Perry helped me with.

Perry Babin 26th November 2012 02:18 AM

The two 1D transistors on the driver board are the most likely suspects. Let me know if you need a photo.

blazer40 26th November 2012 02:51 AM

About 50% of these that I get in are exactly what Perry says. You can replace em without pulling the driverboard (it's tricky, but do-able). Even when they aren't bad, I still put fresh ones in.

Perry Babin 26th November 2012 02:52 AM

It's easy to replace them in the amp if you stand the amp on end.

seankane 26th November 2012 05:48 AM

Thats how I did the BX2005D we worked on was stood the amp on end so I didnt have to remove the board again it was easy that way.

seankane 11th December 2012 06:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Perry Babin (Post 3256785)
The two 1D transistors on the driver board are the most likely suspects. Let me know if you need a photo.

Perry, wondering if you could post that photo of which two 1d transistors they are. The last hifonics I worked on I replaced them all and I dont want to replace unecessary parts.

Is it a good practice to replace them all of just the two you mentioned?

I bought the amp, "should" be an easy fix!!

timwebb 11th December 2012 10:44 PM

most times u have to replace both.

seankane 12th December 2012 03:35 AM

Theres 5 1d's on the audio board I was wondering which two are the common ones to go out?

The last amp I just replaced all of them including the 2d's and one of the op-amps.

I guess I will just replace them all.

timwebb 12th December 2012 03:44 AM

they will be in the center of the board.


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