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Genelec 1019a vintage repair

moonbouncer, modified 1 Year ago.

Genelec 1019a vintage repair

Youngling Posts: 0 Join Date: 11/3/21 Recent Posts

Hi, all, just got a nice pair 1019a which i would like to get back to work, would it be possible somewhere the get a schematic from the amplifier board ? when I power on, after a few seconds/minute I hear a crackling and noise comming up, if I standby for a while the +24V fuse blows, probably a bad capacitor or something, I already replaced the tantaliums

anyone who can help the get this vintage pair back alive and put them next to the younger brothers ?