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Old 12th October 2008, 11:38 PM   #1
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Unhappy I broke my Lite Audio DAC-60

I bought a modified DAC-60 off ebay awhile back. It sounded fantastic but the big Jensen caps and Hammond choke were not secured too well to the case. I made the mistake of getting in there to remount stuff and manage to fry something in the input circuit - I had loosened the board and managed to short a cap something else. Tubes heat up and the bias leds are lit but nothing in the input side is working - signal detection, relay, or display.

Does anyone have a schematic or service manual available for this DAC? I've search extensively and can only come up with a circuit diagram for the DAC-AH.

If I can't figure out how to fix this myself, could someone provide a recommendation for someone that could repair this thing?


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