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KENWOOD DPC-R7(80)

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Post time 2022-08-20 23:53:44 | Show all posts |Read mode
Edited by nhatminh2007 at 2022-08-21 00:45

I own a Kenwood DPC-80(R7), the case I have is very low volume (on the line out and headphone out ports) even with the maximum volume up!
After checking, I found 1 broken 10uf/6v SMD capacitor, also the electrolytes from 2 yellow elna 100uf/6.3v, blue 330uf/16v leak, and 1 capacitor yellow elna 33uf on the small PCB, near the LCD also leaks.
Proceed to remove the damaged capacitor, clean the PCB and replace it with a new one.
The case I have is that there is absolutely no sound at all on the line out and headphone out?
please help me? I was doing something wrong?
What is the DSP IC of this machine? I don't find on the PCB? sorry I don't have its SM!






Thank you!



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Post time 2022-09-08 09:31:33 | Show all posts
You will replace all DIP caps and clear PCB, not only the 3 you replaced.

DSP and CPU should be found on the other PCB.
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Post time 2024-03-07 18:46:47 | Show all posts
does it work now?
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