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My panasonic sa-ht70 system go wet and nod it does no work. Can it be fix and can it be upgraded includind wattage
Getting it fixed is possible, but really depends on how much water damage there is and where that water damage is at. You should take it in to be checked by a service center, they will know what to check and how to check it.
As far as upgrading the power wattage output of the unit, no.
Alterations to the circuits is never a good idea to try and do. To re-design an amplifier circuit to work properly and not be a fire hazard requires extremely good electronic design skills and would also require the replacement of lots of parts that are now in the unit for the original design specifications. More output power would require many of the parts to be upgraded to higher wattage specs and it is also likely that it just can not be done. I have been repairing electronics for nearly 18 years and have a very solid college education in electronics and would not try to do this myself for anybody. Anybody who says it can be done is somebody you do not want to listen to about elecvtronics. They surely do not have a very good education in electronics if they think that they can alter a circuit to output more power and it would be safe to do.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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