Project: SX-1250

Discussion in 'Pioneer Audio' started by Super Noob, May 27, 2018.

  1. kevzep

    kevzep Its all about the Music Subscriber

    I haven't been using the shield with the fader lube, as I understand the faderlube has lubricating properties.....and leaves that lube residue behind which protects as well, a bit like the shield does.
    DN5 is actually very aggressive, so does a good job.....but in doing as as we discussed leaves it open for new oxidation to begin..
     

     

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  2. Super Noob

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    Here we go... wrapped up.

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  3. Super Noob

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    Filter Amp = AWM-089
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  4. Super Noob

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    Flat Amp = AWG-042
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  5. Super Noob

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    Function Switch = AWS-094
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  6. Super Noob

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    Fused Power Board = AWR-107
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  7. Super Noob

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    Power Supply Board = AWR-106
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    Full Rebuild
     
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  8. Super Noob

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    Protection Board = AWM-091
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  9. Super Noob

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    Power Amp Boards: AWH-48 (R) & (L)

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  10. Super Noob

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    Output Transistors = Pulled Cleaned and Repasted
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  11. Super Noob

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    Main Filter Caps = The Big Boys

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  12. Super Noob

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    EQ Board = AWF-021

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  13. Super Noob

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    FM Board (Tuner) = AWE-068

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  14. Super Noob

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    1250 is now at home with the family.... she sounds as good as she looks. Thanks for Matt SD & Mark the Fixer for bones to my rebuild. I did change to WIMA Films & UKA 105c audio caps for the signal path. My BOM list is in XLS in early post. Very pleased with the result.

    SX-50 Series = Badass.

    Now time to line-out the next rebuild. Thanks for following.
     
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  15. The Rebel

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    Excellent!! Congrats on a great score on the super nice 1250. I agree, SX-50 series = Badass. I am working on two of my own 1250s now. One has been recapped, and the other is virgin. This has been a really nice, clean, straight forward thread. I learn something from every one of these threads. I like the way you do things. Great pics of parts replaced too. Thanks for sharing.
     

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