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Old 20th April 2008, 03:52 AM   #1
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Unhappy Sony Xa7-ES cdp power supply diodes

Hi , This is my first post , so bear with me. My sony xa7es cdp has two power supply boards,one for analogue and dacs and the other for digital and stuff. I have alredy replaced the diodes on the digital ps board to Vishay sbyv27-200...and these are gr8.
However on the ps board for the analogue and dacs , the schematic shows the rectifier diodes in a strnge four half wave rectifiers,,,but the wiring diagram shows a normal full wave rectifier.
I was going to use the same vishay diodes here....but can someone just clear up the proper connection for me..
thanks heaps
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