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I know this is a sub question, but due to the random nature of it, I thought it might get a bit more exposure here. Hopefully that's okay for one instance. I promise it won't happen again!


Anyways, I've got an old ASW-110 and recently the amp stopped working. Upon inspection, a couple of the main resistors (R1 and R2) are fried out pretty bad, past the point of being able to figure out the color code and swap them out to see if it's a fix. So, if anyone here has an ASW-110 and wouldn't mind popping the back off and letting me know some resistor codes, I'd appreciate it immensely. I did contact Monitor Audio for schematics but they don't have them and the amp company making the amps for them at that point went out of business since then. Not so cool...


Any help on the matter would be greatly appreciated. I've got an external power amp running it right now but I'd prefer to get the subs built in amp working again as it seems overkill to have a nice PS Audio Delta 100 powering a subwoofer.
 

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R1 is 2200 ohms (red red red gold)

R2 is 22000 ohms (red red orange gold)


Do you happen to have the resistance values/color codes for R35 and R36. Mine are fried. By the way, I have v1.0 of the circuit board for whatever that's worth.


Thanks!
 

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Cannetti,


I just found this thread. I'm looking to repair an ASW-110 and noticed R35 and R36 are fried. No way to get a value from them. My circuit board is Ver 1.0 also.


Any good fortune in locating a schematic or the resistor values?


Thanks,


Mongo
 

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Nope. Never had any success, and the manufacturer apparently has no record of the resistor values either. They offered to sell me a replacement amp for their ASW100 speaker that they said will fit my ASW110 and has similar properties for $185. I passed.
 

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Originally Posted by cannetti  /t/1104870/monitor-audio-asw-110-amp-problem#post_20843154


Nope. Never had any success, and the manufacturer apparently has no record of the resistor values either. They offered to sell me a replacement amp for their ASW100 speaker that they said will fit my ASW110 and has similar properties for $185. I passed.
I can buy this damaged subwoofer. Any propositions send on my mail [email protected]
 
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