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Old 16th August 2011, 07:49 PM   #2651
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That's great - many thanks for clarifying that George


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Old 22nd August 2011, 06:52 PM   #2652
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I had the the original ps1 but managed to knacker up the pcb. They are difficult to find in the UK. Could I buy one over from the states and then simply replace the internal power supply so that it would over here with the 240V supply?? i have a nicely modified Power supply that would do the trick!!
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Old 22nd August 2011, 07:56 PM   #2653
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Hi REXTON.

That should work just fine.
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Old 23rd August 2011, 02:54 PM   #2654
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Excellent!

I managed to knacker the PCB when removing a mod chip and since then I cant get the CD to spin. I've done one or two small mods to my PS, the remote control mod will be next.
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Old 23rd August 2011, 07:29 PM   #2655
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I had the the original ps1 but managed to knacker up the pcb. They are difficult to find in the UK. Could I buy one over from the states and then simply replace the internal power supply so that it would over here with the 240V supply?? i have a nicely modified Power supply that would do the trick!!
I have a spare PS1 PCB if you want it? The output leads are already wired in place, plus flying leads for an open/close TOC switch. It's just the PCB - no chassis, PSU etc.

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Old 24th August 2011, 05:56 PM   #2656
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I have a spare PS1 PCB if you want it? The output leads are already wired in place, plus flying leads for an open/close TOC switch. It's just the PCB - no chassis, PSU etc.

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Can you send me a PM with details about postage and how much you want for it!! Thanks in advance m8
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Old 25th August 2011, 03:27 PM   #2657
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Geroge or anyone,

I have acquired a SCPH-7001. Is this model receptive to modding ?
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Old 25th August 2011, 03:49 PM   #2658
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For North America, the Playstation 1 models best suited for modification are Model SCPH-1001 and Model SCPH-5501. These both use the AKM 4309 DAC. I don't believe Model SCPH-7001 uses this DAC. It might have a CPU with an integrated DAC.

To modify Model SCPH-5501, you must install RCA jacks on the chassis as this model does not have any RCA jacks in stock form.
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Old 25th August 2011, 04:46 PM   #2659
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Thanks Rich,

the 7001 doesn't have RCAs either. I have a modded 1001 that works (some skipping) and thought I'd ask before tearing into this one. I re-calibrated all the voltages per Dogbreath so I might need a new laser. Any suggestions?
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Old 26th August 2011, 08:10 PM   #2660
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I've included BOMs from Mouser (Nichicon caps) and Digi-Key (Panasonic caps) depending on preference. I went with Mouser, because I wanted to try the Wima MKP10 caps on the AC input, but I am sure that the Epcos MKP caps are fine. Certainly, the Panasonic FC and FM caps would be good in this power supply. I still haven't installed the IXYS HEXFREDs, but that will be soon.


Mouser, SR670

Quantity Reference Part Supplier Supplier Part No.
4 D101, D102, D103, D104 IXYS DIODE FRED 600V 30A TO-247AD Mouser 747-DSEP30-06A
1 C101 Wima MKP10 Polypropylene Film Capacitors 400V .1uF 5% Mouser 505-M10.1/400/5
1 C104 Nichicon CS Low Impedance Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors - 105 Degree 220uF 200V 18X25 20% Mouser 647-UCS2D221MHD
1 C111 Nichicon KT Audio Electrolytic Capacitors 47uF 50V 20% Mouser 647-UKT1H470MED
1 C201 Nichicon KT Audio Electrolytic Capacitors 1000uF 25V 20% Mouser 647-UKT1E102MPD
1 C202 Nichicon KT Audio Electrolytic Capacitors 1000uF 16V 20% Mouser 647-UKT1C102MPD
1 C203 Nichicon KT Audio Electrolytic Capacitors 2200uF 16V 20% Mouser 647-UKT1C222MHD
1 C204 Nichicon KT Audio Electrolytic Capacitors 1000uF 6.3V 20% Mouser 647-UKT0J102MPD
1 IEC receptacle Furutech FI-10 (G) IEC Receptacle Sonic Craft Furutech FI-10 (G)
1 Chassis wire Furutech FP-314Ag Wire Sonic Craft Furutech FP-314Ag


Digi-Key, SR670

Quantity Reference Part Supplier Supplier Part No.
4 D101, D102, D103, D104 IXYS DIODE FRED 600V 30A TO-247AD Digi-Key DSEP30-06A-ND
1 C101 Epcos CAP .10UF 305VAC EMI SUPPRESSION Digi-Key 495-2319-ND
1 C104 Panasonic CAP 150UF 200V ELECT ED RADIAL Digi-Key P13520-ND
1 C111 Panasonic CAP 47UF 35V ELECT FC RADIAL Digi-Key P11232-ND
1 C201 Panasonic CAP 1200UF 16V ELECT FM RADIAL Digi-Key P12367-ND
1 C202 Panasonic CAP 680UF 16V ELECT FM RADIAL Digi-Key P12378-ND
1 C203 Panasonic CAP 2200UF 10V ELECT FM RADIAL Digi-Key P12357-ND
1 C204 Panasonic CAP 1200UF 10V ELECT FM RADIAL Digi-Key P12355-ND
1 IEC receptacle Furutech FI-10 (G) IEC Receptacle Sonic Craft Furutech FI-10 (G)
1 Chassis wire Furutech FP-314Ag Wire Sonic Craft Furutech FP-314Ag


Mouser, 1-473-380-1x

Quantity Reference Part Supplier Supplier Part No.
4 D101, D102, D103, D104 IXYS DIODE FRED 600V 30A TO-247AD Mouser 747-DSEP30-06A
1 C001 Wima MKP10 Polypropylene Film Capacitors 400V .1uF 5% Mouser 505-M10.1/400/5
1 C003 Nichicon CS Low Impedance Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors - 105 Degree 220uF 200V 18X25 20% Mouser 647-UCS2D221MHD
1 C102 Nichicon KT Audio Electrolytic Capacitors 1000uF 25V 20% Mouser 647-UKT1E102MPD
1 C103 Nichicon KT Audio Electrolytic Capacitors 1000uF 25V 20% Mouser 647-UKT1E102MPD
1 C104 Nichicon KT Audio Electrolytic Capacitors 330uF 25V 20% Mouser 647-UKT1E331MPD
1 C105 Nichicon KT Audio Electrolytic Capacitors 1000uF 25V 20% Mouser 647-UKT1E102MPD
1 C107 Nichicon KT Audio Electrolytic Capacitors 1uF 50V 20% Mouser 647-UKT1H010MDD
1 IEC receptacle Furutech FI-10 (G) IEC Receptacle Sonic Craft Furutech FI-10 (G)
1 Chassis wire Furutech FP-314Ag Wire Sonic Craft Furutech FP-314Ag


Digi-Key, 1-473-380-1x

Quantity Reference Part Supplier Supplier Part No.
4 D101, D102, D103, D104 IXYS DIODE FRED 600V 30A TO-247AD Digi-Key DSEP30-06A-ND
1 C001 Epcos CAP .10UF 305VAC EMI SUPPRESSION Digi-Key 495-2319-ND
1 C003 Panasonic CAP 150UF 200V ELECT ED RADIAL Digi-Key P13520-ND
1 C102 Panasonic CAP 680UF 25V ELECT FM RADIAL Digi-Key P12390-ND
1 C103 Panasonic CAP 680UF 25V ELECT FM RADIAL Digi-Key P12390-ND
1 C104 Panasonic CAP 330UF 25V ELECT FM RADIAL Digi-Key P12387-ND
1 C105 Panasonic CAP 470UF 25V ELECT FM RADIAL Digi-Key P12388-ND
1 C107 Panasonic CAP 1UF 50V ELECT FC RADIAL Mouser P10312-ND
1 IEC receptacle Furutech FI-10 (G) IEC Receptacle Sonic Craft Furutech FI-10 (G)
1 Chassis wire Furutech FP-314Ag Wire Sonic Craft Furutech FP-314Ag


I also intend to replace the cheap PVC-insulated DC power wires with Teflon-insulated Silver-plated Copper wires. I just found some break-away flat cable connectors that Mick Feuerbacher describes in his Web site.
To keep costs down I'm interested in re-capping my SMPS. Its a 240 UK model, the Powerpack version is 1-468-159-11 would these components work on that version of the powerpack or would I have to look for different components so they are to uk 240V. My knowledge of electronics is pretty crap! I'm trying to learn
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