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stickyvalentine 4th November 2007 07:30 AM

SI T-amp different layout?
 
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I am totally new to this. I bought a SI T-amp and have it opened up following the instructions here: http://www.michael.mardis.com/sonic/start.html under input mods, version 3 "stealth". The problem I am running in is this: The layout of my board is different then the one in the pictures. I have everything wired up according to the diagram except removing the resistors and bridging the caps. I took a picture of what my board looks like but I'm afraid it isn't too clear.

So.... What am I missing? Are there different layouts? Should I look for resistors and caps that are labeled the same? Will the amp still work with out this part of the mod? Will I blow it up if I turn it on at this point? Any help would be appreciated.

gychang 5th November 2007 12:24 AM

Re: SI T-amp different layout?
 
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Originally posted by stickyvalentine
I am totally new to this. I bought a SI T-amp and have it opened up following the instructions here: http://www.michael.mardis.com/sonic/start.html under input mods, version 3 "stealth". The problem I am running in is this: The layout of my board is different then the one in the pictures. I have everything wired up according to the diagram except removing the resistors and bridging the caps. I took a picture of what my board looks like but I'm afraid it isn't too clear.

So.... What am I missing? Are there different layouts? Should I look for resistors and caps that are labeled the same? Will the amp still work with out this part of the mod? Will I blow it up if I turn it on at this point? Any help would be appreciated.


My understanding is there is 2 major PCB models, you may have an earlier version. There is some difference even in labeling so u can't just go by the part name. Hope panomaniac will see this, he is michael mardis.

gychang


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