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Old 06-26-2012, 02:13 AM
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So

I was now again in the basement and I studied the board.

If you want to use an external amplifier, for which I have marked the low-frequency signal.

If you simply want to repair his Logik7 that will please the TDA1562 as specified soldered to the motherboard.



TDA1562 datasheet: Page 3
http://translate.googleusercontent.c...DCfVr9q-GX5M0g


I assume no warranty, all work is done at your own risk!


Who is a benefit sional repair wants, which is aimed to please the user: "King.reparatur" from the other forum!

I feel the effort is too great and I do not want to operate commercial is.

I only went about creating it and prove that a repair is possible in our Logik7


ALL REQUESTS FOR JOY WHEN REPAIR

FIG 1: Instructions

FIGURE 2: it should look like it! (Thermal grease and do not forget to drill)

mfg odd ....

More to follow ....... O lines





I hereby publicly thank you for the user from the Russian dj0vitamin BMW forum ( www.bmwclub.ru ), who has developed a similar guide own un told me his knowledge
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