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Devices: Any Projection TV with a Convergence Amp board
If I knew which Mitsubishi Projection TV you're looking at, I could help quite a bit more. In general, the "convergence chips" on a typical Convergence Amplifier board are actually two STK's mounted to large heat sinks. "STK" is electrical engineering slang for "Convergence Amplifier Integrated Circuit".
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You'll see in the photo that the STK on the PC board actually have part numbers on them that begin with "STK".
Posted on Dec 11, 2011
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