Discussion in 'Yamaha' started by rottalpha, Dec 11, 2017.
See what will be left over!
Yeah, Sanken, Tokin, whatever is called....Toss 'em in a doggy bag for me.
I'll take 4 please
I was gonna say..
Yes that is the way to go. That is what I did with my unit for the Quickie, albeit, I would not call it a full rebuild.
The next B-1 I will do 'll be my Hot-Rod B-1 with silver front plate. That will be a full rebuild. I plan on eliminating all but two of the relays, by pass all input switches and the rumble filter, new speaker posts, a proper power cord for 1kVA and I even found a good cleaning "solution" for all board edge-connectors
If you're really interested send me a PM.
This is also a great copy: http://sportsbil.com/yamaha/b-1-om.pdf
Thanks, but I already have the manual. What Vint Age shared is a flier.
I came across this site for the board connectors. But will try to clean the original first.
Yes I know Let me know if you also want a high-res digital copy of the B-2 flyer (German unfortunately) or the NS-2000 flyer (English).
Do you have it in higher resolution?
I want it!
I have the original B-2 flyer in English. I can share
This "quickie" is becoming a "long read"
My German is not so great, so yes please
What did you use for the 2SA-810 and 2SC1452 on the driver board?
I can see you replaced them.
KSC3503D/KSA1381E (no longer available with same rank)
either would work
The first pair no longer available with same rank
Second pair a bit higher Cob than the originals
Either would be work and be more reliable that the original
These are TO-126 devices so watch the heigth. Also know that I have a patent on those heatsinks. Can't use the same kind without special permissinon
your only choice is to go with a la Amp8 version
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