EchoWars said:Cool. Get 'er tweaked-up and let us know if you can hear an improvement.
Well, I honestly couldn't say. The left channel was all jacked up. It passed signal. Just wasn't being amplified.
After I replaced about 30 parts, for good measure. It just didn't quite sound right.
I actually just finished replacing everything on the amp boards accept for trimmer pots and output coils today.
She sounds great now.
The DC offset is fine.
I haven't checked the bias, because I don't know how.
It's not obvious to me. I see a few ways it could be done.
This is not mine. I am doing this for a friend of a friend, who can't really pay to have it done. Nice guy though.
So, I'd really hate to break it again.
Because I "donated" all the new parts. And can't really do it again!
I can tell you though.
This is one nice unit.
And thanks for the responses Echo.
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