"Pioneer Recap Lists" Sticky suggestion!

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  1. jvinhj240

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    Thanks, I will try to recap using your , what did you use put across from Caps? IF i want to discharge, do I put any bulb on both lead before work on it?
     
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    Hi guys,

    Any of you have a partial or complete list of the SA 9500II??


    Regards,
    Gustavo
     
  7. DerekR

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    Post from another thread with no replies, looking for opinions:

    I've recapped my SX-650 but didn't touch the tuner board in fear of screwing up the tuning. After some protection circuit issues, outlined elsewhere, she's running beautifully but there's some significant static on stations with signal around 3-4 or lower on the signal meter. Interestingly switching to MONO clears any static right out of the play.

    I looked through some threads and came up with this list by savaging from this thread: www.audiokarma.org/forums/index.php?threads/sx-650-re-cap-parts-list-how-does-it-look.354642/

    I'm not sure I found a definitive answer from markthefixer on the the bolded caps below. Note, I like the plan on a couple of the questionable ones to try to replace, then if tuning is effected, put the old one back in.

    Here is the list of parts I'm planning (considering) to replace next month:
    * Note I haven't checked for availability of any parts, pay more attention than anything to the reference designators.

    Thoughts on the below list?

    HA1137
    *awe-075a c23 4.7 35 cea 4.7 35 647-UPW1V470MED1TD
    *awe-075a c24 10 16 csza 10 16 647-UKL1C100KDDANA

    awe-075a c29 4.7 35 cea 4.7 35 647-UPW1V470MED1TD
    awe-075a c30 0.47 50 cea 0.47 50 667-ECQ-V1H474JLW
    *awe-075a c31 10 16 csza 10 16 647-UKL1C100KDDANA

    HA1196
    awe-075a c33 470 16 cea 470 16 647-URZ1C471MPD
    awe-075a c39 10 16 cea 10 16 647-UMT1C100MDD
    awe-075a c40 10 16 cea 10 16 647-UMT1C100MDD
    awe-075a c43 2.2 25 csza 2.2 50 647-UKL1H2R2MDDANA
    awe-075a c44 2.2 25 csza 2.2 50 647-UKL1H2R2MDDANA

    Q7 Q8
    awe-075a c45 0.1 25 csza 0.1 50 647-QYS1H104JTP
    awe-075a c46 0.1 25 csza 0.1 50 647-QYS1H104JTP
    awe-075a c47 0.1 25 csza 0.1 50 647-QYS1H104JTP
    awe-075a c48 0.1 25 csza 0.1 50 647-QYS1H104JTP
    awe-075a c49 0.47 25 csza 0.47 50 667-ECQ-V1H474JLW
    awe-075a c50 0.47 25 csza 0.47 50 667-ECQ-V1H474JLW

    HA1138
    *awe-075a c58 10 16 cea 10 16 647-UMT1C100MDD
    *awe-075a c64 220 16 cea 220 35 647-UPW1V221MPD

    awe-075a c70 220 6 cea 220 10 647-UPW1A221MED

    Equalizer Section
    awe-075a c76 2.2 25 csza 2.2 50 647-UKL1H2R2MDDANA
    awe-075a c77 2.2 25 csza 2.2 50 647-UKL1H2R2MDDANA
    awe-075a c84 100 6 cea 100 10 647-UPW1A101MDD
    awe-075a c85 100 6 cea 100 10 647-UPW1A101MDD
    awe-075a c90 2.2 25 csza 2.2 50 647-UKL1H2R2MDDANA
    awe-075a c91 2.2 25 csza 2.2 50 647-UKL1H2R2MDDANA
    awe-075a c94 220 25 cea 220 35 647-UPW1V221MPD
    awe-075a c95 220 25 cea 220 35 647-UPW1V221MPD
    awe-075a c100 1 25 csza 1 50 647-UKL1H010KDDANA
    awe-075a c101 47 10 cea 47 10 647-UPW1A470MDD6
    awe-075a c104 0.1 35 csza 0.1 50 647-QYS1H104JTP
    awe-075a c105 100 35 cea 100 63 647-UPW1J101MPD





    do not touch these:
    awe-075a c34 1 25 csza 1 50 647-UKL1H010KDDANA
    awe-075a c35 3.3 10 csza 3.3 50 647-UKL1H3R3KDDANA
    awe-075a c37 0.22 25 csza 0.22 50 667-ECQ-V1H224JL5
    awe-075a c61 47 6 cea 47 10 647-UPW1A470MDD6
    awe-075a c62 4.7 35 cea 4.7 35 647-UPW1V470MED1TD



    Obsoleted (notes from later in the thread):
    512-KSC1845EBU 1 Obsolete -KSC1845FTA OK? YES
    647-QYS1H104JTP 5 Obsolete 667-ECW-FA2J104J
    667-ECQ-V1H474JL3 4 Obsolete 667-ECW-F2474JAQ
    667-ECQ-V1H474JLW 3 Obsolete 667-ECW-F2474JAQ
     
  8. Marty Socal

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    Have not visited in a while and noticed that there is a current TX-9800 recap list that I would like to add to the main listing on post 3, but I can no longer edit the post??? Any suggestions on how to do it now?

    EDIT: It seems I can only edit this last post of mine on this thread????? The option to edit the earlier main post is gone for me now???


    Here's the TX9800 post that I want to add:
    http://audiokarma.org/forums/index.php?threads/pioneer-tx-9800-recap-list.770808/
     
  9. markthefixer

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    with an older thread it may have been automatically archived.

    Could start a new thread I guess, with most up to date info.

    puzzling because I have gone back to some REALLY old posts of mine and fixed them for picture
    loss and other issues.
     
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    The permanent edit feature is now apparently a subscriber feature. Editing for non subscribers is limited to 1-2days IIRC. I noticed that when my subscriber subscription ran out and I renewed it after the format change.
     
  11. KKnight

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    See post #62
     
  12. Ricktptman

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    I'll put in a request for a thread on recapping Pioneer SD-1000/SD-1100's.
    I think they've held up really well. I don't think the O-scopes were ever really "bright", but I suspect that a recap would help these pieces of gear more than it would the average Tape Deck or Receiver, it they were responsibly owned during their previous lives. At least that's been my experience. If I've missed a link, please post, thanks....
     
  13. LesE

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    From post #3


    OSCILLOSCOPES
    SD-1100 http://www.audiokarma.org/forums/showthread.php?t=426914&highlight=Recap+list
     
  14. karsavuran

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    I need list for the CT-F1250
     
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  15. Ricktptman

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    That's helpful. Especially the photos. Mine's a 1000, not an 1100. But I'm still seeing a couple of discrepancies between what the specs on the caps read and what's in the SM. When the voltages get that high, I start to get a bit nervous.
    The innards of mine were unbelievably clean (just a hint of clouding from fine dust on the front FP, it came right off) so I think it's been previously gone through. There's no way it stayed this clean out in "the wild" since '73-ish. Thanks......
     
  16. Ricktptman

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    There's a capacitor list in the SM. That deck is Electrolytic Valhalla. Everybody has different priorities, but I'd wait until a symptom presented itself. A case can be made for preemptive recapping of the audio pathways, but I own four all realigned (two near NOS, re-belted, in boxes with original documentation) and there's just not that much to be unhappy about. In a side by side, the 1250's dynamics are about the same as the Dragon's dynamics IF you zero out the differences that Dolby B and the NAAC can be responsible for. The format's noise floor can only be shoved around so much. My machines are pretty quiet. The "slam" has more to do with alignment....ymmv.....
     
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    Marty Socal hasn't been up on here since July. Don't know why but hope nothing bad.
     

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