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Old 8th January 2003, 05:24 PM   #1
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what is PCB? Also I took apart my BOSS Amp for my car. Is it realativly easy to replicate something rather good using the same concepts as this? and second question, there is a round looks like wood, but it's not, object with rather large coated copper wire wraped around it and it's soldered to the board. What is it? I post this here even though it's not a P3a amp, but just a car amp. I have so many questions if someone patient wouldnt mind telling me some of the details via AOLIM or email i would greatly appreciate it.
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second question, there is a round looks like wood, but it's not, object with rather large coated copper wire wraped around it and it's soldered to the board. What is it
Is this what your talking about?
http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/showd..._ID=6824&DID=7

PCB printed circuit board, it is what all the stuff is soldered too. Most likely brown in color
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i dont think it is, but then again i can only point out basic things like capacitors, resistors, transistors. I can point to what may be a jfet, or mosfet or transistor....sometimes... this is what i'm looking at. It's from a car amp. BOSS. It was big and purple. One of my friends let me have it after it went through a fire. It's never been used. I think it help up rather well, but as you can see by that one wire it's burnt rather well. I'm trying to see if i can restore it.... so far results are not looking good.
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