Remove muting transistors on Arcam CD73?
Anyone here have any info on removing the muting transistors on an Arcam CD73? I have never attempted any DYI upgrades of this sort and would greatly appreciate any feedback or help.
Thanks in advance!
sdstarnes at earthlink dot net
I don't have an answer to your question, but in general it is a risky practice to post an unprotected email address to an open forum like this.
A grazing spam bot will eventually find it and you have no idea how much spam this can result in...
I've requested a moderator remove it. Yeah, I know I'm a busybody.. :D
Safest practice is not to post any email address which is not always practical, but they can be disguised so that they are not useful to bots..
Example: namelessperson_at_anyoldisp_dot_com is just one way of doing it - underscores can be left out if desired.
Google for the service manual.. Muting transistors can often be reworked to drive a relay instead which shunts the audio out, retaining mute without nonlinear dirtysand in the path. ;)
Other items to think about:
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