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Old 16th November 2008, 02:33 PM   #1
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hi im having problemss when it comes to adjusting the quiescent. when i measure accross the 580ohm resestor i get 36v, and the output of the speaker out is 10mv. all the problem findig mesurments are within 10%. ive taken the 200ohm vr1 tested with multimeter works fine so i put it back on and still no adjustment over the restor. im very new to this and need help.

i pluged it all up any way and have a quiet but distorted noise and cant change the volume (stays at the same level)

thanks Josh
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I Just realised I built the DSE TO3 version not the Jaycar version.
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