PCB - Marshall, Valve PCB TSL100 / TSL122, Rev 20
Marshall PC Board for TSL 100 / 122. Rev 20. Marshall Part: M-TL10-60-02-01
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2 answers Is this replacement board known to be free of the bias drift issue that plagues some of the DSLs?
2 answers How do I replace the current old board which was made in 1999? Do I need to connect special jumper cable? I heard final rev board has more connector than old ones.
Asked by Anonymous on December 14th, 2016.
We are not techs here at Antique Electronic Supply and with that in mind; we can not offer you technical advice. You may want to contact an amp tech.
When I did it to my amp, there was one connector that wasn't used with my new board. I just connected the connectors to where they went on the old board, and the amp works fine without connecting the extra one. I have heard it pop once or twice when switching channels, but I've been using it since March 2017, and haven't heard it. I guess if the conditions are perfect, it might pop when you switch channels, but it's hardly, or not even noticeable
1 answers Do the DSL100 and TSL100 use the same board?
1 answers Do these boards come populated with all the components or is it just an empty PCB?
1 answers Does it include instruction how to replace the board?
1 answers Does it include the instruction manual how to replace the board? If not, does it need special change to connect the cable? I heard connector in latest rev had more connectors than the old one. My TSL made in 1999 and PCB rev is 4.
1 answers Does the tsl122 main board have updated or corrected material / components to eliminate its inherent bias drift issue, or is it indeed an original design board with its flaws? Thanks
1 answers Hi, do you post to Australia? I've tried everywhere in Aus to obtain a replacement board for my tsl122 and nobody has them. Thanks.
Asked by Anonymous on March 9th, 2017.
Yes, simply add this to your cart and checkout. After you input your address you will see a shipping calculator that will give you multiple shipping options based on the size, weight, and value of your order.
1 answers Hi, is this really the M-TL10-60-02-01 board for sale? I notice that the board in the picture has the older model number. Thanks
1 answers When will you have more in stock?
1 answers Can you confirm that this board is the Issue 20 version?