#1
So, I was looking at the schematic for my Laney AOR series II as I need to replace a couple resistors, and for the resistors I need the value is listed as 2W5. Would that stand for 2 watts 5 ohms?

Edit: Schematic for anyone interested: http://www.el34world.com/charts/Schematics/files/laney/laney_aor50_series2.pdf
The resistors are 48 and 49
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Last edited by Gene-Ocide at Dec 28, 2012,
#3
OK. Thanks for clarifying.
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#4
Quote by Phoenix V
No. They are 1k ohm resistors, minimum rating of 2.5 watts each

Think you're looking at R49 and R50, rather than R48 and R49.
R48 is a 2.2 kOhm 2.5 Watt resistor
R49 (and R50) is a 1 kOhm 2.5 Watt resistor.
#5
Quote by chatterbox272
Think you're looking at R49 and R50, rather than R48 and R49.
R48 is a 2.2 kOhm 2.5 Watt resistor
R49 (and R50) is a 1 kOhm 2.5 Watt resistor.


Yes. I misread the designators. You are correct
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