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jdubs 8th July 2007 11:15 PM

Modding my TEAC - Help Needed
 
Hey Guys

This is one of my first DIY projects. I'm trying to replace the RCAs, the binding posts and the coupling caps (Obligatos). I used CAT5 wire

I only have one channel fully hooked up (the bare wire you see is for the binding posts of one of the two channels)...but it doesn't work. I just get a loud buzzing sound out of the speaker that's hooked up.

Here are some pics. I can take others if you need to see anything better. Any ideas / recommendations?

http://www.audiocircle.com/gallery/a...-Teac-%231.jpg

http://www.audiocircle.com/gallery/a...-Teac-%232.jpg

http://www.audiocircle.com/gallery/a...-Teac-%233.jpg

Thanks all!!

-Jim

Puffin 9th July 2007 09:03 AM

Jim. The links you have posted don't appear to work ?

I would be interested in knowing some simple tweaks to carrry out. I assume we are talikng about the AL 700P ?

I wondered if it would make a difference if you usde the right channel and center for L&R. The reason I say this is because there are two boards one stereo for L&R and the other just running the center. If you used R&C you would be using both boards.

I wonder if the designated stereo board wil like just one side connected to it. If the center channel is configured in this way I can see no problems.

Have you looked at Tommytube.com ? He has done some mods, bu the text doesn't go into much detail.

jdubs 10th July 2007 01:22 AM

Sorry guys...the pics work now (I hope):

http://www.audiocircle.com/gallery/a...-Teac-%233.jpg

http://www.audiocircle.com/gallery/a...-Teac-%232.jpg

http://www.audiocircle.com/gallery/a...-Teac-%231.jpg

Actually, if you click on the link it doesn't work....but the address that it puts in your address bar is correct. Just press enter once you click in the address bar and it should work.

-Jim


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