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Old 30th September 2012, 06:43 PM   #1
jalling is offline jalling  Denmark
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Default 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.

Kind regards,
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Old 5th October 2012, 10:22 AM   #2
jalling is offline jalling  Denmark
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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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