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Atari 2600 No sound

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Hello
I ask you a little help for an atari 2600.
I live in France and I just bought an atari 2600 ntsc with a composite mod from a very nice English seller.
From its first use, no sound.
Unfortunately, I first put the power supply jack in the video jack. I'm afraid of having damaged something. And as the sound seems to me to come from a direct from the TIA, I'm afraid of having damaged the console itself ... What do you think?
Thank you
Pierre

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Seems like the Tia is damaged... 😭🥶

Is there a place to buy another C010444D-03 ?

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Nice, I have same model. :) Anyways, I'd look at these caps first, as they are a key part of the sound circuits.

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8 hours ago, pkerga said:

These ones ?

 

 

 

 

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Yes 

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Posted (edited)
10 hours ago, pkerga said:

 

There are some on the console5 site but it is a bit far and a bit expensive to bring them ...

 Would two like this would be ok?

 

 

https://www.ebay.fr/itm/323782109016

they should work, but you'll have to tune the sound adjustment to use the different type. (red plastic thing near caps on board) IMHO, trying this is a lot cheaper than finding an NTSC TIA will be.

Yours is a bit newer than mine, with that Rev 16 board. Mine has a Rev 14.

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