A Bit of DIS and DAT

Ciletti, Eddie
May 2002
Mix;May2002, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p118
Offers tips to removing and replacing surface-mount devices in circuit boards for use in audio production. Tips to digital audio tape repair; Impedance of common headphones; Information on Sony MDR-7506 headphones; Prices range of surface-mount removal equipment; Steps to removing and replacing surface-mount devices.


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