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alternatives V4 –
I'm planning to put a matrix infinity in my ps2 (v4)
and did soms lookingup.
On this forum, I noticed some examples, and if I compare them with matrix team schemes, I notice some differences.
Like the scex point, It seems as if it has been done like my next drawing (view link), could it? And can we do this? I don't know for sure if the components are connected like this. If I could do this, it would be a lot easyer.
I also noticed the W and R connection points are different. The W is shown like that on the scheme too, but the R isn't, is it a good alternative too?
thanks in advance
On the older V4-V7s, the SCEX point is exactly like in the drawing where a fuse and a resister is connected with the verbinding/printed pcb connections. Techincally you can solder on the left side of the resister on the right(as in the diagram), have the solder completely connect 2 components and have the wire in between or normally soldered ontop of the fuse(left side). Whatever makes your life easier.
As for W & R, those are alternative points. If you use a multi-meter and trace the connections you will discover those points on the PCB. Normally the diagrams tend to try to simplify and tell you to solder what they think is best, but some of us would rather solder elsewhere to keep the wires neat like what EJM did.
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