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DPC-80 with NEC D6372 DAC chip, is it possible?

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Post time 2024-06-11 05:45:42 | Show all posts |Read mode
Hi Kaosun and everyone.

I wanted to try and fix a broken kenwood dpc-80 that I bought a long time ago. I opened it up thinking that maybe I could fix it by replacing the condenser, but the leak was so bad that there was serious erosion of the board, so I gave up.

But something really puzzled me, so I asked: I know this unit uses a BB PCM66 as a DAC, but the mine has the wrong chip in the DAC. There are only 16 DIPs on this chip compared to 20 on the PCM66. I looked at the service manual and there is no indication that the DAC might have been changed.

The picture shows a chip called NEC D6372, is this replacement that Kenwood did decide? Or is it the work of the person who sold me this unit?  

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Post time 2024-06-13 10:11:33 | Show all posts
Yes, UPD6372 is a DAC but personally I do not recommend too much. PCM55/66 is quite common, you can get a SONY D808 which has a PCM67 as DAC with good sounding.
See this for detail: http://kaosuncd.com/forum.php?mo ... &extra=page%3D1
Your DPC80 will need lots of labor to be restored.
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