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Mecanp 23rd April 2003 09:10 AM

A fried Krell-any help?
 
Hi guys
I m trying to find the schematic/design of the Krell KSA100S power amp because the Krell dealer (not an official distributor actually)in my country doesn’t give it to me.My Krell’s one channel was fried :( ,I have no idea why and I want to fix it myself. Anyone can help?

Jan Dupont 23rd April 2003 09:54 AM

Hi,
Have you tried the search function. There a lot of Krell in here (also regarding the KSA-100):scratch:

ppl 23rd April 2003 11:46 AM

2 Attachment(s)
This may help.

JOE DIRT® 23rd April 2003 11:52 AM

mecanp....inject a signal into the left channel EX. 1KHz sine wave and with your meter follow the signal and see where there is no output...........you can also test the transistors for shorts starting at the power transistors then down to the driver transistors


Cheers!!The DIRT®

Mecanp 23rd April 2003 10:45 PM

Thanks.Actually is the KSA100S not the KSA100;)

Jan Dupont 24th April 2003 06:50 AM

KSA-100 vs. KSA-100S
 
As to my knowledge the most significant difference is that the KSA-100S has self adjusting bias according to the output....

BenY 24th April 2003 09:57 PM

If i was you...
I would send it to Krell USA for repair.
You`re gonna mess things up for sure,if you try to repair it yourself.
The KSA100 is not the same design as the KSA100s,And the schematic is nowhere to be found.


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