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Thread: Quad 909 , how do I get into it ?

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    Join Date: May 2016

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    Default Quad 909 , how do I get into it ?

    Has anyone opened up one before?
    I managed to get the central middle part off and then dared not go further, I wish to swap out the blue led.


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    Have look at the DADA website: https://www.dadaelectronics.eu/downloads
    My Gear:
    Source component/s:
    Cambridge CXC Cd player; Inspire Apollo deck + Roksan Nima arm + AT-33PTG; Denon TU-580RD tuner; Logitech Squeezebox Touch. Rpi + also Digione, (with Mo0de). RPi + Allo Boss+ Isolator (with Volumio)
    Amplification: WD KEL84+ valve amp; Rega Brio, Quad 306 (DADA modded, with Schiit Saga 1 Preamp)). Trichord Dino2 & Dino+ PS; .

    Loudspeakers:
    Living Voice auditorium IBX-R2.
    Q Acoustics 2010 in the 'study'.

    Cables/stands: Chords; Van Dammes 4mm

    Any other hi-fi bits:
    Beresford SEG DAC; Apple's airport express; Apple iMac i5; Senn HD598, 467, Beresford Bushmaster.
    Linear PSs for Rpi and DAC. Pure mains conditioning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonky View Post
    Have look at the DADA website: https://www.dadaelectronics.eu/downloads
    Thanks Richard, it does show a detailed drawing but not the procedure for removing the casing . Appreciate it though


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    Andy, if it's the same as the 606 :"Remove the bottom-cover (Philips n2, 8 screws including 4 feet, also two screws on the back Philips n 1), see exploded view in the service manual".

    R

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    Hi mate , I did all that and unless it takes some force to part the top and bottom I gave up .
    This one is in like new condition so I didnt want to risk even a scratch over an led .


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    It's worth any amount of effort to kill a blue LED.
    Current Lash Up:

    *Audiolab 6000CDT* Topping E30 * Philips 22AH380 pre-amp * NAD C320BEE power amp * JM Lab Electra 926 *

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    It's worth any amount of effort to kill a blue LED.
    Exactly


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