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Midas Venice series 320 repair - blown channels

Hi, have a Midas Venice 320 with some blown channels - possibly 48v misuse. Are the parts available? Op-amps? Fixable? I can pull it apart just not the rest at this stage.

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If your Midas Venice 320 has blown channels, it is likely that the op-amps and possibly other components in the signal path have been damaged. The parts required for repair will depend on the extent of the damage and which specific components have been affected.
In general, op-amps and other components for audio equipment repair can be sourced from electronics suppliers such as Digi-Key, Mouser, or Newark. However, if you're not experienced with electronics repair, it is recommended to seek the assistance of a qualified technician who can diagnose and repair the issue.
In terms of repairability, the Midas Venice series is generally regarded as a well-built and serviceable mixing console. However, the cost and difficulty of repair will depend on the extent of the damage and the availability of replacement parts.

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