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Thanks for the info. I’ll take another look the next time I open up the 9300. It would make sense to come off fully, and I hope it does because I have a few BCT’s that will need this procedure!
Thanks for your reply, Andree. The video is very helpful!
Do you happen to have any advice on the best way to remove the tape deck from the unit so it can be worked on more freely away from the unit? Some of the cables have clips that can be easily removed to free the deck from the PCB, but there is one group of maybe 8 or 10 wires that are soldered to a connector on the PCB which are the main issue.
Unfortunately, I didn’t think to take pictures of this when I had the unit open, but I was working on it still connected to the PCB, which was a bit limiting for working on the deck.
Sorry if I wasn’t clear in my original post. I intend on using an external step-up transformer (plugged into US wall socket, EU plug on Beolab 8000’s plugged into EU socket on transformer).
I’m just unsure what the proper sized transformer would be. I know bigger is better all around in this sort of case, allowing plenty of headroom, but should I be using the max output of 143W as my guide for transformer sizing? Do I only need a transformer powerful enough to run the amplifiers? Or do I need one to handle the total output?
- This reply was modified 6 months, 2 weeks ago by Beowolf.