Discussion in 'Yamaha' started by Nukedstereo, Mar 30, 2018.
Not recently. Plenty of threads here to aid you. If you choose to do so.
Thanks for the advice on the thermal compound...I just ordered some of the Wakefield-Vette 120...Just waiting for my trimmer pots...
I’ve done it in mine. You need to rectify the AC from the power board, add a smoothening cap between the rectified + and - and add a resistor of the correct value in series with each LED. You can't put all 5 LED's in series with one resistor, because 5x voltage drop is more than the rectified DC.
Oh wow that is a lot of work for leds lol...
Mr. Yamaha I read your post about the CA-2010...great pics great work...how did you get the boards so clean?...mine still have flux from the manufacturing process all over
So I ordered some trim-pots not sure if they are the right kind. http://canada.newark.com/bourns/338...22lf&ddkey=http:en-CA/Element14_Canada/search
what do you think?
Hoping the Yamaha experts are reading today. Recently acquired a R-2000. Very powerful clean power. I'm pleased. One issue... Ugly hum from the phono section. Even without a table plugged in. Before I open the hood. Any idea??
What I think is you need to start your own thread This is someone else's thread about a completely different amp
Flux cleaner, dish wash soap and an oven at 50 degrees celcius are your greatest friends
Hmm, I do like the multi turns better. These are single turn. But, they should be able to do the job just fine. Maybe a bit more touchy to adjust.
General question. I suppose I should
For the LED couldn't you just do a single wave rectifier on the 12vac?
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