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Old 13th January 2012, 09:19 AM   #1
ystkkmkr is offline ystkkmkr  Japan
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Default 10m45 ICs vary a lot?

I got a high (6.0V) voltage reading across R16 (300R, just for now). Can this twofold reading be attributed to 10m45 chip variations?

The TSE amp is playing music very well. I suspect the 10M45 in question is an outlier. Or, defective? Should I replace this one? Changing the R16 value is good enough?

I would appreciate any comments.

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