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Looking for datasheets Thread starter blight Start date Jan 2, ChrisP Member. OK -- here goes The STK is available from several sources, but I was unable to locate a datasheet for it. However, it is replaced by the NTE which, though discontinued, is still available as well. Currently there is not a cataloged replacement available.
Please contact your Tech Sales representative for assistance. Sebi Active Member. Maybe this sematic help for You. ChrisP: I do not need a replacement for the STK - i have found a shop selling exactly these parts - it's just nice to have the datasheets to check things or try understanding them at least a bit I am a electronics noob the STK is for a damaged technics amp which I have and the other parts are for a damaged yamaha ax which has been at a repair shop and the guy which has given it to me paid euros for the "repair" and after turning on was only working for like 10 minutes ChrisP: I do not need a replacement for the STK - i have found a shop selling exactly these parts - it's just nice to have the datasheets to check things or try understanding them at least a bit I am a electronics noob.
Having seen the circuit posted, it's now evident that the STK isn't an amplifier chip, it's just an output stage. In any DC coupled amplifier like this one failure of other transistors in the amplifier can commonly blow the output stages. It's good practice, and often essential, to replace all the transistors in the DC chain when you change the output stages.
From your previous posting, you don't appear to have done that, which probably explains why it blew again. My amp has 10 transistors for both channels in the "main" section on the PCB Do ceramic capacitors change their look when they're damaged?
Or do they usually not get damaged and not cause transistors to go crazy? Or can i get these thin metal pieces with glue on them like stickers?
Edit 2: I have unsoldered every pair of transistors one from each channel and checked them in the component tester I have made an image showing the difference between the 2 transistors 2SC P So what now? If I replace all 10 and get 2 new STKs is there any way to avoid damage of the STKs because I don't wanna damage another 2 of them :roll: Or is it highly likely that replacing all transistors will fix the problem?
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User Name Stay logged in? The Sanken datasheet does not address this "beta" group issue. The pair pulled from my amp both are the Y variety. I'm going to need two pair. What is the significance of the O or Y? Will I be okay with either one, as long as all are the same?