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Kenwood Audio Receiver Parts needed

I am chasing parts for a Kenwood receiver

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  • louecc1 Mar 31, 2008

    The Kenwood parts I need are for a KR-X1000/(G) sudio-video surround receiver

    Parts are



    1,CP1-4 R90-0187-05 Multi-comp 0.22kohms K 5W

    2. Q1-4 2SC4137(v.w) TRANSISTOR

    3. Q28 2SD2401M TRANSISTOR

    4. Q29 2SB1570M TRANSISTOR



    THANKS


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Please specify the model of the receiver and the parts you are looking for. Without that there is little that anyone can do to help.
Thanks,
Dan

Posted on Mar 28, 2008

  • ABRsvcs Apr 01, 2008

    There is nothing particular to Kenwood for any of the parts listed. You can try any number of electronics parts distributors. Some that I use are the following:

    MCM Electronics (mcmelectronics.com)

    Tritronics Inc (tritronicsinc.com)

    MAT Electronics (matelectronics.com)



    I am not endorsing any of the above specifically. These are just some of the suppliers that I use.

    Dan

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