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    AES Multi Cart Troubleshooting and help

    No coil space on motherboard for silmic 2200uf cap
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    AES Multi Cart Troubleshooting and help

    Yes that is a good cap please consider to extend the leads as you will have the coil in the way that is not the case on my motherboard.
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    AES Multi Cart Troubleshooting and help

    Sad to hear that you can also take Panasonic cap https://www.ebay.fr/itm/171669599704 Depending were you live Panasonic 2200uf Fg 16v or 25v low ESR series are quite good also and more common
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    AES Multi Cart Troubleshooting and help

    Hello make sure to respect the polarity when changing the cap !!! Also if you do not have a desoldering pump you might cut the cap legs with some thin pliers then you can easily remove them with the iron .Also as an advice if you have some carpets make sure to discharge yourself on the tap or...
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    AES Multi Cart Troubleshooting and help

    Hello Saliams80 the multimeter pins are correctly placed .Select the multimeter dial to 20v DC and power up the AES you should get 5v . I did not realize that the cap is more crappy than on the older models . .Snk savings.. Replace this cap and your problems Will be solved an save the money to...
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    Darksoft's MultiAES. Latest Firmware, Menu and Instructions

    Hello Darksoft do you plan a new menu were samurai V perfect would have a place and a few names for homebrew ?
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    AES Multi Cart Troubleshooting and help

    Very easy set your meter to DC voltage then identify the ground on the PCB and with the red tip Go on the régulator output pin or on the cap + see drawing take your time to not short something with the probe pin .
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    AES Multi Cart Troubleshooting and help

    To explain why most issue comes from the 2200uf cap first picture blue original .5€ cap second picture 5€ hi end audio cap .The ESR is so much lower . Last picture explained.
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    AES Multi Cart Troubleshooting and help

    Hello the Glitches issue is related to a mix of bad cap and under powered power supply not enough amp or poor quality (bad caps in the switching PSU Chinese very cheap PSU). If you are into electronic see the circuit used to make the 5 v here . The ideal PSU would be linear using an transformer...
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    AES Multi Cart Troubleshooting and help

    Darksoft could have added the 5€ cap in the cartridge it would help I have 2 AES 3.3 And 3.5 so in my case both 5v supply . I had no problems with both and standard carts . I tried 2 PSU before getting the original pro-pow 3a and this one needed a fix as one of the cap exploded to old... Once...
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    AES Multi Cart Troubleshooting and help

    The regulator is fixed at 5 v so no you can not change it .But repllacing the 2200 uF cap will create a reserve of energy so the 5v variations will be significantly reduced .20 year old cap
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    AES Multi Cart Troubleshooting and help

    Hello it might work with a 2A PSU do not forget that + is on the outside of the barell an - inside so the opposite to lot of PSU. Electrolitc capacitor have a shelf life depending on usage quality of DC voltage they suffer a lot due to the switching power supply used. So after 20 years it is...
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    AES Multi Cart Troubleshooting and help

    Hello change your 2200uf cap with a high end one . https://www.ebay.com/itm/2-Pcs-Japan-ELNA-2200UF-16V-SILMIC-II-Series-High-END-HIFI-Audio-Capacitor-CAP-/111567944642 The PSU should be 2A at least . Here the result with the Elna Cap
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    AES Multi Cart Troubleshooting and help

    Hello I Mesured pro pow out 5.6 V regulated at 5.07v 1.3- 1.6A in peak consomption. I asked several times Darksoft for the multicart AES requirments = Vmin Vmax and Amp consumption so far no precise reply . Normaly you should have the switching regulator lm 2576T what amp rating do you...
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