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Old 17th November 2006, 03:20 AM   #1
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Default Bozak restoration/update

Hey guys

Been searching high and low for a schematic of a Bozak CMA 1-120 amplifier. I've done searchs, email's, phone call's but end up empty handed. I wish to restore it to its original state while giving it a nice Upgrade here and there but have limited sources, as there is little info on Bozak mixers as it is, and the amplifiers seems to be even more of a rare breed

There is nothing wrong with it powering up or sound wise but the switch has been removed and unfortunitly a previous owner has done some DIY him/her self and installed an RCA input. The op's are rusting and mostlikely in need of replacement.

You guys are now the only hope before I walk the path of reverse engineering

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