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After some reading for the bigger models OP-AMPS, thought I'll change mine's too. So I ordered the famous LM4562 SOIC. Today, I sucessfully installed it.


After careful inspection realised that during the removal of the original opamp, a little SMD cap positioned close enough had dropped too. It's positioned just under the third and fourth pin. Next to it there is an U9 sign.


I would be very grateful if anyone could please identify the cap so I can replace it, and finalize my mod. Moreover, I would like him to crosscheck that there is indeed a link between the third pin, and the element.


FYI, the card works perfectly without it, but it's propably messing with the opamps working specs so I intend to fix it.

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Edited by tonyspanos - 7/30/12 at 1:34am
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