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After I install both resistor turned back 4 wide lens in last two month.
Both resistor(560 ohm&4K7 Ohm) cannot save wide lens.Today I post picture of wide lens turned back with summone fix.
I hope Comsoft+diode or Summ0ne find certain solution for this crappy wide lens...
i applied subzero fix and has not come back.....
thenagain it was just 1 ps2 - not many wide lenses here ...or better yet
hey summone wuts up... with all these new fixes and stuff... will your old summ0ne fix still work with the 1.8k ohm / 4.7 k resistors? on a pstwo? or do we need these new fixes?
Left side lens:Only worked a month if you look carefully can you see lens fall down slowly.This laser read media with high noise,sometime clicking and scratched many disc, sometime cannot read even original media.Coil value: 4.2 & 3.2 ohm
Right side lens:After two month with Summ0ne; can you see lens is fall down compeletly...Coil value: 4.0 & 2.7 ohm.
In the other picture I take off only lens(because I have 20 unit dead dvd diode lens) but shit, this lens have a milimetric spring adjusment and I cannot find complete value for change it with other lens.
I can say this;crappy media certain kill wide lens.So be carefull guys.
Note I see all system have mars pro chip(SE,SL) I have only 9 dead dvd diode with original MI+pic fix and a few system with MI SE.
Sorry for crappy English.
Last edited by cakcetin; 06-27-2005 at 05:28 PM.
sure, the classic summ0ne fix works 100%
Originally Posted by masoud23
But if you want more performance, then the new fix is better.
The bottom line.... i wanted to state that the resistor fix is still 100% safe.
But that the comsoft/subzero which do have better performance are not safe without the resistor fix on tracking. And that the resistor fix on tracking does not decrease performance significantly :-) thus the newest combo is the one that has both - safety and great reading performance
summone, can you upload a clear installation diagram？
Do the subzero fix have resistor fix on tracking ??
Or is that a own resistor you add?? (like the somm0ne fix?)
resize the picture to its full size, dont look at it in your small browser window - it is clear.
it does have the resistors onboard
No offence, but the subzero fix diagrams is very very confusing.. And yes, i have resized it to full size. Four people in this thread has allready questions about the diagrams.. I will probably make a new one for my customers in hi-res when i get these fixes in this weekend.
You should reconsider making a better diagram, its easy for you since you know how it works, but stuff isnt so obvious for the rest of us.
The picture is terrible. I even ZOOMED in using paint program and its no better either. Thank you very much for the picture you provided EspeN, it worked perfectly. The installation guide for the subzero fix needs work, its not what I or any of my customers would call user friendly.