Re: The issues of the TDA2822
I don`t think you were forceful at all, simply said what you thought.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
When you read the myriad of posts on the subject of the exploding audio chip
it is easy to see a lot of the problem lies with the over-enthusiastic owner.....
not reading instructions, not understanding exactly what they are doing and the
This is NOT a dig at those who have had problems....simply step back and think first !
Ok we have all made mistakes (sometimes costly ones), you just have to put it down to
experience, suck it up, replace the broken part and start again. That is what this hobby
ia all about, you start at the bottom and work your way up gaining knowledge and importantly
experience along the way.
As for Ashar having to take the flak...I feel sorry for the guy....he is under a lot of pressure
and.......he is doing it all for US !
On 11/03/2018 17:00, Gordon Gibby wrote:
Well, I might’ve been a bit too forceful, but I wanted people to understand that creating a product out of thin air, manufacturing and shipping it all over the world is quite an undertaking. If all he has struggled with are a few issues like these, the man is a magician.