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    Quote Originally Posted by rdgrimes View Post
    I found a local Mom & Pop shop that does repairs.
    Fantastic news!

    That’s the way these stories should go... unfortunately so many things are built today to be tossed when some 10 cent part fails.


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    That is great news indeed.

    I would like to ask them to repair mine. May I have their contact info please?

    Thank you.
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    ^^^
    P.M. sent

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    The sub woofer amp in my old 212"s died. I had them repaired it was the power supply capacitors that blew.

    Thinking back now I should have replaced them with higher rated capacity capacitors. This gives the woofer greater reserves of power. Basically increases the amps power on peaks. Capacitors of the same capacity are much smaller now than the older units making it feasible to swap for higher rated components.

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    Got my second 1500 back in just 2 weeks, it had the same problem: blown caps on the PSU.
    Now I have a spare!!


    Edit: Just realized I can attach the 1500 SM here, so here it it

    1500Array sm.pdf

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