terencegbg wrote:however the radio is driving me crazy! I have replaced the psu with a 12V 3A and everything works great now except that now the subwoofer does not work!!
there is only sound coming from the front.... i have felt on the subwoofer and there is defenately no action! removed it and tested it with a 9V battery and it jumped
this would mean it works or?
PSU Rebuild kit: (approx cost < $50.00)
Digi-Key # Description Price
102-1217-ND DC/DC Converter 9v, 1A (V7809-1000) 6.69
T1120-P5P-ND Desktop Adapter 19v, 3.42A 27.39
CP-5-ND Connector 2.1mm jack pnl mount 2.11
399-3638-ND Tantalum cap 10uf, 16v 1.08
399-3669-ND Tantalum cap 10uf, 50v 4.47
V2025-ND PC board 2-side PPH 2x3 (cut in half) 6.26
tedhessjr wrote:The audio amp/display, however, will be under-powered.
tedhessjr wrote:Well, for diagnostic purposes, I do connect a suitable 12v@3a supply as follows: Positive to red/blue and negative to black(2) + white shield. If the radio powers up, you're good to go. As a long term solution, I'm not sure this is the best solution. The 9v supply should be able to handle 12v input as folks have mentioned herein. The audio amp/display, however, will be under-powered.
Joel53 wrote:I would like to sing the praises of Matt Burkhardt (email@example.com) in Texas who repaired my Soundbridge when the power supply and a speaker failed just after the warranty ended. When it failed again (18 months later), he repaired it (including other new problems) for barely more than the cost of shipment. The unit comes back looking brand new!!
I love the Soundbridge, -- when it works. However, because of the obvius shoddy design, and even more because of the LACK OF ASSISTANCE from Roku, I will not buy another Roku product again. I am using multiple Logitech products without problem
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