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Mine is like yours, injecting a signal of around S3 was clearly audible anyway, that swap does not jeopardise anything.
Il 07/nov/2018 03:05, "Howard Fidel" <sonic1@...
> ha scritto:
Really? R37 and C32 are in series, so
the order makes no difference, although the schematic is drawn
incorrectly. Fix your schematic.
On 11/6/2018 8:38 PM, ce3afc@...
According to the schematic v3, capacitor C32 should be connected
on one side to pin 2 (emitter) of Q32 and resistor R36 and the
other side to R37. In my board both components are swapped and so
are the silk screened references. Is this a general PC board
design and assembly mistake or just my board. Correction can be
made unsoldering both components and swapping them again. Just
the wrong silk screened references will remain. Any advice will
be appreciated. Thank you!