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Originally Posted by juswyq View Post
****..... Guys.. I think i really screwed up my xfi xtrememusic card.


Is there any way to remedy this or is my soundcard doomed to oblivion? This really sucks, i bought the soundcard when it was way expensive


HELP GUYS!!!! Thanks!
Just trace the track back to a pad, then run a thin insulated wire from that point to the corresponding leg on the OPAMP.
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Anyone mod a SB0360?

hi, anyone here mod the Audigy2 ZS platinum pro [SB0360]

just swapped the op amp but have no clue which caps to replace or remove. thanks in advance
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do you have any pics?
i have an audigy 2 zs i modded, if it's the same layout then i can help you.
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Originally Posted by meiosis View Post
hi, anyone here mod the Audigy2 ZS platinum pro [SB0360]

just swapped the op amp but have no clue which caps to replace or remove. thanks in advance
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Edited by ZOMGVTEK - 9/12/12 at 9:21am
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Edited by ZOMGVTEK - 9/12/12 at 9:21am
post #1896 of 2194
Ok well i tried the operation on my card today but unfortunately since i decided to unsolder the old Op-Amp i managed to pull off one of the tracks. Do i just need to trace the track back and solder a wire onto the corresponding pin on the new op-amp or is there something else i need to do?
post #1897 of 2194
you could try that. cross your fingers that the trace you lifted doesn't cross a via before the point it tore off...
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Is anyone tired of their modded x-fi soundcard or ready for an upgrade and want to sell theirs?
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Originally Posted by juswyq View Post
****..... Guys.. I think i really screwed up my xfi xtrememusic card.

While trying to remove the original opamp for L/R channel I accidentally scraped off the two of the eight contacts on the circuit board.. Now there are only 6 contacts for the 8 pins of the opamp. (Now sound only plays on the left channel)... HELP GUYS!!!! Thanks!
Reference picture, SB0460 (X-FI XtremeMusic), for another person, who ripped pads.... Good Luck!

- SB0460 - U2 Audio signal paths - reference for "ripped pad" wire repair
X-FI-MOD-099c - eSnips, share anything
post #1900 of 2194
Well, did anybody try modding 5,25 i/o module? I've read somewhere in the thread it has the same JRC NJM4556 opamp for headphone output, so maybe there's the way to mod it?
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Originally Posted by goldrogers View Post
Is anyone tired of their modded x-fi soundcard or ready for an upgrade and want to sell theirs?

LOL good luck bud. I have the very first one and still love it.
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Hey guys. I accidentally removed one of the small SMD components.. Is it necessary? Or can i go on without it?

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Originally Posted by juswyq View Post
Hey guys. I accidentally removed one of the small SMD components.. Is it necessary? Or can i go on without it?

can you put it back?
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Nope, the reason why I'm asking Is because when it fell out I can't find it. I didn't even notice it was gone when I lost it. If it's essential I guess I can take out the same component from one of the other channels, since I dont use the surround channels.
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i would do that.
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