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rocco gibralter 2nd January 2009 05:47 PM

Schematics and Service Manuals
 
http://www.audio-circuit.dk/index.ph...d=43&Itemid=61


A-Z very good!!!!

should be a sticky post!!!!;)

mir.ku 3rd January 2009 04:25 PM

Hi, also looky here ... http://www.hifiengine.com/manuals.shtml
very good and free ... :cool:

Mirek

taj 3rd January 2009 06:04 PM

There's something mildly deranged about a website that distributes product service/user manuals and states:

"Please note that the PDF files are copyright the HiFi Engine and are provided under strict licence - reproduction for financial gain is strictly prohibited. "

Huh? "What you talkin 'bout Willis??" I guess this is another example of "internet" copyright law. But who really cares. They're just fooling themselves.

..Todd

rocco gibralter 3rd January 2009 09:00 PM

Aye Taj, But if ye see all the crys for help from DIYF's with broken /blown Equipment it kinda makes sense and saves time!:rolleyes:

cbdb 4th January 2009 05:29 AM

IMO if these schematics are used for empowering the masses (educatiion (I love to compare designs and see new ideas) or DIY repair or design) Im all for it. If there being used by repair facilities to make money, then they should be paying.

vinylengine 31st January 2009 09:04 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by taj
There's something mildly deranged about a website that distributes product service/user manuals and states:

"Please note that the PDF files are copyright the HiFi Engine and are provided under strict licence - reproduction for financial gain is strictly prohibited. "

Huh? "What you talkin 'bout Willis??" I guess this is another example of "internet" copyright law. But who really cares. They're just fooling themselves.

..Todd

Thanks for the vote of confidence :sad:

Seriously though, I know the notice is a little pointless, but when you've spent hundreds of hours preparing PDFs for free download it's annoying to see every single one appearing for sale on eBay and the pay sites within hours of posting them.

I even used to get messages from people who'd paid for manuals and then complained to me when they got the file and it had my cover page on it, as if it was me that had ripped them off! Needless to say I've removed my PM and email links...

Anyway, I hope you can look past this minor point and see something positive in my efforts? I've been busy of late but I should get the time to add some new documents in the next few weeks. Oh, and a big thankyou to everyone who's donated scans.

dangus 5th November 2009 04:38 AM

I found some useful service and owner's manuals at:
Service manual repair download schematic diagram instruction manuals pdf free : GiveMeFile.Net.

I didn't expect much when google turned up a link, but I now have a service manual for the Sony SA-WG99 subwoofer I dragged out of the woods.

JammyBStard 14th January 2010 08:47 AM

Service Manual free download,schematics,datasheets,eeprom bins,pcb,repair info for test equipment and electronics

forr 14th January 2010 09:22 AM

Missing in these database are the DB Systems MC preamp, preamp, tone controls and DB6 amplifier. The manufacturer did not make mystery of its sophisticated designs, full of cascodes, and their schematics were largely published in the magazines at the time, around 1980.
Nobody has them anymore (I lost mine) ? They could be sent to audio-circuit.dk for example.

greenamp 14th January 2010 09:24 AM

some new type product never found.


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