Need Help Identifying Transistors

tuck05

Member
2010-08-29 4:36 pm
I am a complete newb at amp repair.

I am in the process of attempting to repair a Cadence txa-1000d. The amp would come on and go into protect and stay in protect. I found that the transistors at D13, D14, D40, and D41 were shorted out. I cut them off the board and the amp will now power up normally. I however cannot identify them. The only markings on the transistors are c25 59 02c and the other one says c25 67 02n. What transistors are they and where can I order quality replacements.

Thanks
 

tuck05

Member
2010-08-29 4:36 pm
I'm not sure what they are. I looked around on the net and the pictures I found that looked like the pieces were called transistors/mosfets.

I've been running the amp on 2 RE SX 15's wired to .5 ohm. I figured the output transistors burnt up seeing as how I've been running at it .5ohm for over a year now. I watched a vid on youtube and it showed a guy measuring measuring the "transistors" with a multimeter. I followed the vid and did the same thing he did. The 4 transistors I cut out measured real low ohms while the rest of them measured high ohms.

Maybe the pix will work.

Pictures by tuck - Photobucket
 

Yurk

Member
2009-03-27 12:31 am
I'm not sure, but I think they might be Super Barrier Rectifiers, something like this:

SBR40U60CT Diodes Inc.

Looks like you have two types, one pair with common cathode, and one pair with common anode.

I don't know how to tell what amperage rating you've got because I can't find those exact parts. Maybe this will help you get closer to finding them.

Yurk

Disclaimer: I'm an amateur. I reserve the right to be wrong. Your mileage may vary. Get a second opinion. Maybe a third opinion. etc.
 

infinia

Member
2005-05-15 9:51 am
SoCal
Take a better picture of the parts laying down outside w/o flash maybe.
more people with experience in the Car Audio Forum here???

Yea the D (diode) parts are similar to what Yurk found, the center pin is the common case, so most common type is the common cathode both arrows point in.
 

Mooly

Administrator
Paid Member
2007-09-15 8:14 am
There going to be hi-speed diodes for SMPS use.
Something like,
http://www.datasheetcatalog.org/datasheet2/7/0tgpx61uwi2i5sz8txqp59f5jcyy.pdf


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