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Old 3 weeks ago
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Lost transistors

Hello..I have a alto ps 4LA speaker that blew up but my technician lost the amplifier ics/transistors.

I tried to email the manufacturer they told me that they had stopped making the item and it’s not their system..can you guys help me with the part number for the ics

Will be very grateful.
Old 3 weeks ago
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Hello Obed99

The service manual is available online with all the info you will need.

https://www.electronica-pt.com/esque...o-ps4la-36441/

Sixer
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Hello Obed99

The service manual is available online with all the info you will need.

https://www.electronica-pt.com/esque...o-ps4la-36441/

Sixer
Hello..thank you very much..I found the part number for the ics I was looking for..it’s LM3886
Wow I never thought I’d find it ..I really apreate your help and God bless you
Old 3 weeks ago
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No problems, god blessed me on September 4 1998 the day google was born.
Sixer
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