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Old 8th October 2008, 07:43 PM   #1
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Default What parts in input board of Adcom 555 II

I have just found this board, and attempted to brows the forum for the info I need, but it seems like everyone suggests different parts, and then drift to talking about the older adcom 555, not the 555 II.

I am confused.

My question is,
What are the part numbers for the Adcom 555 II for an upgrade of the input board?

In my system, the pink caps have no designation.
The other caps, I would like to upgrade as well.

Does anyone have the info as to what caps one would recomend as replacement parts for the ADCOM amp 555 II?

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