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Old 1st August 2004, 12:16 AM   #1
honsten is offline honsten  United Kingdom
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hi, i was given a rather tired looking sansui solidstate 2000amp/reciever and its really really old. now,when it was in one piece,it had a really violent sound (in a good way) but it is now devided into two pieces. the only bits which i have kept are the pre and power stages,rather,the most improtant parts of each stage. now,the power section has four huge transistors mounted onto a heatsink,the tranies have " sooken " or "sonken" written on them and then under this is written 2sd202 then 98. what does all this mean,they look really bulky and are capable of pushing some big current.
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Old 1st August 2004, 01:37 AM   #2
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if you can rebuild it i would. sanken power transisters have a nice sound. i have a 200watt amp

i would show you a pic but my server is being serviced do to the last storm
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2SD202 = NPN 80V 6A 50W you should be able to replace it with BD245C, 2N5633, 2SC2681 or 2SD718 according to my list..

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Originally posted by pflodin
2SD202 = NPN 80V 6A 50W you should be able to replace it with BD245C, 2N5633, 2SC2681 or 2SD718 according to my list..


Now that's a bulky trasistor!
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