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TEK Nemesis

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  1. Thanks, @John7272. I can print these buttons if you'd like. Here's a video of what I printed for someone. https://www.facebook.com/groups/ogxbox/permalink/2437507323186676/ Here's a link to my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheMODShopByTEK/ I'm more active on the Facebook OGXBOX forum than here these days. Feel free to contact me there. Cheers.
  2. I'll have to do this mod. I've got some PCBs from Sean but no time yet to try this out. I've got an updated link though: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheMODShopByTEK/
  3. Here is my production model. I has a nice TOSLINK/Optical (or digital coaxial) as well as shielded wires. https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=130883998134825&id=100036396753085
  4. I would look all over the AVIP connector region on the board. Clean it up and start over, maybe even with another wii2hdmi board. To be that extreme of a sound problem, something must by shorted or a wire going to the wrong point.
  5. I prefer using 26AWG for all my stuff when possible. I also use individually shielded 26AWG which has been producing very good results. I'm making some really cool external Xbox2HDMI adapters with the added TOSLINK or digital coaxial audio ports. Check out my post here: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=130654188157806&id=100036396753085
  6. To me, it looks like there is solder splatter all over the Xbox board. Some of the insulation on those wires look all melted. I would recommend desoldering the Xbox side, clean it up. Inspect the board. Trim the wires and strip the required insulation. Re-solder.
  7. @Nextria, when you remove both audio wires altogether, do you hear the same problem or does it go away? Also, clean up that area on the board with isopropyl alcohol. It will be easier for my old eyes to see and it might actually clear up a problem.
  8. You know what? Messing up boards is not the end of the world. And just because you can't revive them it doesn't mean that they no longer hold value to someone. I'm sure that there are still some good components on them and they could probably be revived in the right hands. This just tells me that you are eager to learn. Good for you. You'll get there one day. Now you have a couple of practice boards to learn other skills on. You could easily find another Xbox for $20 and try again on that one. Maybe one day, you'll return to one of these boards and fully repair them.
  9. I could only assume that it is a soldering problem. Please take clear photos of the top and bottom so that we can see the work. Also, try removing one of the audio channels. There is one for the left and one for the right. So, remove one and then plug it in and see how the sound it. Re-solder it and do the same for the other audio side. Make adjustments from there. (But, I would still like to see pictures.)
  10. Try replacing the main capacitors on your board. I did this and I have a crystal clear picture now.
  11. Oh boy. This is one of the best forums our there for the OG Xbox. So many people here are willing to help and the quality of their responses are top shelf. We have experienced modders, experienced technicians, experienced developers and this site hosts vendors from all over the world who sell top quality items. Welcome!
  12. Welcome! Like Magicaldave said, there's lots here. Go exploring. Ask your questions. There are lots of people here who are just waiting for you to ask the questions. We love helping out.
  13. @Sbh44 @XC-3730C I make them and send them all over the world. PM me if you are interested.

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