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Old 7th June 2009, 10:59 AM   #1
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Hi everybody,

A friend gave me a Sanyo dca 20 amp a few days ago and when I've took it apart I've had a nasty surprise: some ,, genius " replaced the power amp ic whith a cheap solid state module ( fortunately he didn't destroy the PCB ). I was wondering if anybody knows what ic this amp originaly had.

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Im guessing the original poweramp was a stk module, such as STK4152 or similar.
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I'll post some pics when I'll find my camera ( hopefully soon ) but I think you are right Tekko , the pcb indicates a 16 pin ic , supply voltage is +/- 30v ( 60volts total ) and on the back 8 ohm speakers . I personaly was thinking stk465.
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