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R-V1105 amplifier ICs ASICs

Can you point me to where I could find the correct replacement amplifier ICs? Google searching has shown me that they are ASICs but can't find anything beyond that.

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  • i802206 May 17, 2008

    Have the same problem with my Yamaha R-V1105. And also want to find out where and how much a replacement IC would be. As far as I can tell, the R-V1105 has one IC for all functions and its a so called ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit), with Yamaha part number: YSS-918. I got that info from the official www.yahama.com web site. However, I've googled-searched for that part number on a dozen or so sites but with no luck. Can any one help?

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Can you give me the numbers of the IC.

Posted on May 05, 2008

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    Francisco Mauricio G May 22, 2008

    Go to http;//www.loadparts.com/index.asp there you can find him.Good luck.

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