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RE: McIntosh MA6100 repairs

Therm
On the 6100 I use the MJ15003 outputs but it is important that you check the 22 ohm resistors on the driver board.That sets your bias but also see if there is any DC offset from the differential pair by checking DC at the output.Those 22ohm resistors just be pretty close to 22 ohms.

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