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Hifonics amplifier LED color change. Pics

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NeverEnuffBass

Joined: Mar 12 2006
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Post Sun Sep 16, 2007 6:46 pm

I have a Hifonics BX1605 that is going back in my 95 Blazer pushing 2 10" RL-i's when I re-register the car. Hifonics uses blue LED's to light up their logo on the front of the amp. My Blazer is a dark red w/ tan interior and I don't think the blue matches to well so I figured I'd change it.

First I tore apart the amp, carefully of course.
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Found this circut board with 9 LEDs soldered to it
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Gonna order a bunch of reds from Oznium.com solder them to the board after I remove the blue and then put it all back together
Ryan88

Joined: Aug 09 2004
Posts: 3516
Location: Pittsburgh, PA


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Post Sun Sep 16, 2007 7:14 pm

you tease
The_Mastor

Joined: Jan 23 2006
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Location: Idaho


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Post Sun Sep 16, 2007 7:25 pm

Looks like a neat idea
sparky15_00

Joined: May 25 2007
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Location: San Angelo, TX


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Post Sun Sep 16, 2007 8:24 pm

Let me know how it works out... i've been thinking of doing the same.
Aken

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Post Sun Sep 16, 2007 8:28 pm

You will need to add resistors to the circuit board, or change their configuration in some way. Red LEDs work on a different voltage than blue. If you just swapped them out, you'd blow all your red ones eventually, if not right away.
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