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      Playchoice 10 pcb

      Hi everyone,
      I bought a single monitor Playchoice 10 a few months ago, and since I've had it, the sound hasn't worked.

      I was checking it out today, and all the connections seem to be fine. The speaker is connected to the board on the monitor, where I assume the amp is located.

      Is there a way I can figure out where the problem lies? I have turned the volume that doesn't work ether..

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      Playchoice 10 pcb

      Yep, U2 there is the amplifier IC.
      You could connect the audio output from the game board to some computer speakers or something and see if the sound works that way?

      I'm fairly certain the little two pin plug on the amp pcb is ground and 12v for the amp, you should measure that too.
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      Ok I'll check thanks


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      Quote Originally Posted by phreak97 View Post
      Yep, U2 there is the amplifier IC.
      You could connect the audio output from the game board to some computer speakers or something and see if the sound works that way?

      I'm fairly certain the little two pin plug on the amp pcb is ground and 12v for the amp, you should measure that too.




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      The picture above where you point out the black wire is the AUDIO IN. The black wire wil be ground, but it is not usable as power ground. The connector below (P3) is POWER IN. The yellow wire has to have +12v. The red wire is +5v and probably there wil be -5v present to.
      Maybe you can send a picture of P3 as well.

      The colors I mentioned are wrong don't use use them for future reference
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      Quote Originally Posted by Ramakers View Post
      The picture above where you point out the black wire is the AUDIO IN. The black wire wil be ground, but it is not usable as power ground. The connector below (P3) is POWER IN. The yellow wire has to have +12v. The red wire is +5v and probably there wil be -5v present to.
      Maybe you can send a picture of P3 as well.




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      @Adzy8383 mate you might be able to help out maybe ☺

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      Totally forgot Nintendo doesn't use the conventional color codes. Can you check the voltages on the edge connector. The Z you used should be GND. On that connector use A as Ground, and read values from C D E and T. And where do the wires from the P3

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      C: 4.83
      D: 4.83
      E: 12.01
      T: 4.85




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      All tested on the part Side cheers


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