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Old 25th December 2011, 01:19 AM   #1
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Default Bad channel on a Eclipse XA4000

Hi all and merry christmas.
I have a Eclipse XA4000 car amplifier, it has 1 bad channel that sounds like the speaker is blown, but if i change to another channel, it sounds fine.
I have another thread in the car audio section;
Eclipse XA4000. damaged 2nd project
but am having some trouble finding details/datasheet for the driver ICs near the outputs.
ICs are 1CC35PXO made by 'ice'. I am not sure if the 1 is a 1 or I and same with 0 or O

I would like to compare from one channel to another to try to find the fault and fix this awesome sounding amp.
Does anyone recognise this IC and have details for it?

Regards Jack
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