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Old 10th March 2009, 06:38 PM   #1
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Default Audiotek kit assembly info

I participated in the audiotek saga/misadventure on ebay recently and was left with some 'bags of parts' without assembly instructions.

A few of the kits are so simple that the PCB can be loaded without much help- eg the ATP150 PSU board.

Several members of the forum helped me with links and other info which allowed me to assemble the more complicated boards in my collection.
Thanks to everyone! My apology to anybody I haven't mentioned by name here.

From ibmeris:
http://forum.analogmetric.com/forumdisplay.php?fid=16
most of schematics

From Jean-Paul:
USB/Analog Digital Amp
http://www.diyzone.net/images2/PDABOM1224-1.xls
http://www.diyzone.net/images2/PDASCH1224-1.pdf

IR Volume control
http://www.diyzone.net/images2/VR1127BOM.xls
http://www.diyzone.net/images2/VR1127SCH.pdf

All FET Regulator
http://www.diyzone.net/images2/ALL_FET_REG_SCH.pdf
http://www.diyzone.net/images2/ALL_FET_REG_BOM.xls

Input Selector Switch
http://www.diyzone.net/images2/SW0617SCH-1.pdf
http://www.diyzone.net/images2/SW0617BOM-2.XLS

Angela Amp
http://www.diyzone.net/images2/ANGELA_SCH.pdf
http://www.diyzone.net/images2/ANGELA_BOM.xls

Maple 6SN7 Tube Linestage
http://www.diyzone.net/images2/MAPLE_PRE_SCH.pdf
http://www.diyzone.net/images2/MAPLE_PRE_BOM.xls

5670 Tube buffer
http://www.diyzone.net/images2/TUBESCHFINAL.pdf
http://www.diyzone.net/images2/TBSBOMFINAL.xls

Digital Source selector
http://www.diyzone.net/images2/DS0718SCH-1.pdf
http://www.diyzone.net/images2/DS0718BOM-1.xls

'CUTIE' Mini Regulator
http://www.diyzone.net/images2/MINI0113BOM.xls
http://www.diyzone.net/images2/MINI0113SCH.pdf

Delay Output Module
http://www.diyzone.net/images2/DE0813SCH.pdf
http://www.diyzone.net/images2/DE0813BOM.xls


The speaker protection board schematic is attached.

John
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Old 11th March 2009, 12:15 AM   #3
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Wow thanks very much for the links.. i have the Cutie regulator Kit and dont have the sch..

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Old 30th March 2009, 10:24 AM   #4
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someone has the diagram of the DC SERVANT MODULE?

Thanks
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Old 30th March 2009, 07:42 PM   #5
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someone has the diagram of the DC SERVANT MODULE?

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Sorry DC SERVO MONO MODULE KIT DIY AUDIO
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Old 4th May 2009, 07:26 PM   #6
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I bought a couple of the Audiotek speaker protection modules - the spec. says each module can handle up to 2 x 250W, suggesting stereo, but the schematic doesn't make speaker connection clear. No Left/Right or +/-, just two IN and two OUT.

I could assume +L and +R to and from board, with grounds straight from amp to speakers, but I would feel happier if someone with more knowledge could please confirm this before I kiss my tweeters goodbye... again.

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Old 5th May 2009, 04:06 AM   #7
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Rab-
I have a speaker protect module like that- I forget if I got it from Audiotek or another Chinese seller. The grounds go direct to the speakers and the R,L go through the protect board. (I'm not sure that it protects much; more just a delayed turn-on??.) It gets AC-0-AC from the same transformer that feeds the amp.

If you have a pic, I can compare it to my unit.

BTW, I have a couple of sets of 'junk' thrift store speakers I use for testing stuff like this- I recommend it!

Cheers
John
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Old 6th May 2009, 07:33 PM   #8
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Default Audiotec Speaker Protection

John -

Sounds hopeful... same schematic as your earlier post. If it's the same board they were claiming delay, overload & DC protection back when they existed.

Pics of board bare & assembled should confirm.

Cheers

Rab
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Old 6th May 2009, 10:19 PM   #9
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Rab-
Yup, same as the one I have. deals with the so-called + leads to the speakers only.
It seems to work fine, though mine hasn't made it off the 2x12 aka breadboard setup I use for testing ideas and eBay stuff.

Cheers
John
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Old 7th May 2009, 02:24 PM   #10
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Default Audiotek Speaker Protection

John-

Thanks for the confirmation - project tri-amp is back in motion!

Cheers

Rab
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