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Quote from: "lagoausente"How about the guy who made the Supergreen project, was so long ago? or where did him get the parts?He got them from lobtron.de in Germany.Concerning the 2N4410 as replacement, this is just a more or less standard transistor and you don't need the extra current in a mic pre. Look for low noise transistors instead.Olaf
How about the guy who made the Supergreen project, was so long ago? or where did him get the parts?
I recently tried to obtain 2SC3329 transistors from Lobron (for a different project). I got pretty much everything else I ordered, but not the 2SC3329.
-F1 through F6 are listed on the BOM as "Ferrite Bead". Ferrite Bead what? Need more information to order these.
Kasper had made a couple of boms for Mouser & Digikey but i don't have anywhere to host them but i can email them if anybody need them , host ??
I second the 2N4401 if you can't get your hands on some Japanese parts.QuoteI recently tried to obtain 2SC3329 transistors from Lobron (for a different project). I got pretty much everything else I ordered, but not the 2SC3329.So he just didn't stock them (like some other Toshiba parts I ordered from him) or he can't get them at all?Samuel
I used 2SC2240s. Way easier to get and a low noise type, too. This one has been suggested in different places for the obsolete original transistor.
The rotary switches resistors are "piggy-backed", correct. R242 gets soldered onto lug 1 & 2, and R241 goes on 2 & 3, and so on and so forth.
, but the schematic shows the resistor from 1-12 showing left to right I hope. :? If not, how do you know by looking at it, because left to right seems like it would be default?