Can anyone help me, repairing my DACPort
a friend of mine borrowed my dacport last week, but unfortunately he broke it :( It seems like the switching regulator on the top PCB died, and took the output driver with it in the fall. I want to repair it, but because of the burn I'm not able to identify the chips. Can anyone help me with pictures of the PCB/PCB's so I'm able to identify the chips and replace them?
Any help will be appreciated.
Instead of images of the PCB, it would be a great help if someone could just identify the switching converter on the top PCB and the linear regulator for the lower rail on the bottom PCB for me.
I might be willing to pay for the information - it would be cheaper than buying a new amplifier.
Thanks in advance.
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