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Old 28th April 2010, 03:30 PM   #1
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Default Proceed DAP replace caps?

I am the original owner of a Proceed CDD/DAP combo. The DAP has a super high pitched whine in the dog hearing range that I'm guessing is a cap needing replacement.

Honest and brutal opinions please. Is this worth repairing? If I do should I replace the op amps too? Last should I DIY? The approved Levinson repair center is going to charge about $600 I believe.

Double whammy: The drawer on the CDD went nuts too. It needs to be re aligned. Again about $400 and I can find no info on how to DIY. Worth it? Thanks.


If I can't do this or find someone who could I'm just going to sell these. Repair would get me 1/2 way to an Ayre QB-9.
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