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Default Rockford P325.1 PCB (without Case/Heatsink)

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It's cheap right now... 325x1 @ 2ohms I believe... if you can make your own heat-sink.. its a pretty good deal... or if you have a blown P325.1

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The outputs sections of those are glued on, not clamped on. Not sure if how you would get those back on.

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The outputs sections of those are glued on, not clamped on. Not sure if how you would get those back on.

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The transistors are soldered to small pcb's and those are screwed to the heatsink. From the picture in the auction it looks like they're already soldered so all you would have to do is unscrew the old board, clean the heatsink and apply new thermal paste and screw the new board in.
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The transistors are soldered to small pcb's and those are screwed to the heatsink. From the picture in the auction it looks like they're already soldered so all you would have to do is unscrew the old board, clean the heatsink and apply new thermal paste and screw the new board in.
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Been there, those boards I'm pretty sure aren't screwed on.

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I've had a couple apart
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