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Old 1st September 2006, 12:41 PM   #1
Primoz is offline Primoz  Slovenia
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Default Weconic VX-2120

Today someone gave me weconic VX-2120 2 channel car amplifier. Someone was trying to repair it before, so some elements are missing. All power mosfets, transistors and diodes are OK. Elements that are missing are C1, R101, R201 and resistor (or something else) located between connectors "high level input" and "speeker output", next to C16 (PCB is burnt on this place).

I need shematic or if someone owns this amplifier, please check what the values of these elements are. You dont even need to open the case of amplifier because it's transparent


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Old 3rd March 2011, 06:01 PM   #2
sdoom is offline sdoom  Germany
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guess too late, but who knows.



c1 = 100F / 16V
R101 & R202 are missing in my amp,too.Looks like they are not used in this design


next to the high-level inputs are located:

C16 = 100nF
R45 = 1kOhm / 0,25W
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