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Old 9th February 2010, 06:39 AM   #1
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I need a single CS3310 Digital Volume Control IC for repair of my Audio Alchemy preamp. Any leads to sources for a small volume. I would purchase two if available. Most searches show only large quantities or $50 minimum order for a $12 part.

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Old 9th February 2010, 07:26 AM   #2
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Both Farnell and Mouser seem to stock it and can be ordered per unit. It seems like they will both ship to Canada , don't know about additional shipping and handling costs. Don't know if cirrus has a sampling policy, you could always try sending them a mail.
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Are you aware the CS3310 can be replaced with a PGA2310?
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Old 9th February 2010, 11:44 AM   #4
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Thanks, for the responses. I will look at my inventory for a PGA2310 biefore ordering from Mouser.

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Are you aware the CS3310 can be replaced with a PGA2310?
Are you sure that the firmware/programming is also identical?

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Are you sure that the firmware/programming is also identical?

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Google tells me it's a drop in replacement...... do you doubt the almighty Google?

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[snip] do you doubt the almighty Google?

Surely your joking ??


Edit: This was what I was looking for:

"PIN AND SOFTWARE COMPATIBLE WITH
THE PGA2311 AND CIRRUS LOGIC CS3310"

So, yes, this time Google was right ;-)

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Surely your joking ??
Yes, I think.....

Let me double check with Google on that.

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Yes, I think.....

Let me double check with Google on that.

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You do realize that Google doesn't know diddley. They just parrot someone else's opinion. Soooo, no I don't trust Google. YMMV

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You do realize that Google doesn't know diddley. They just parrot someone else's opinion. Soooo, no I don't trust Google. YMMV

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I hope you know the above statement will be cached for eternity by the almighty Google.

Once the Google has achieved sentience it will seek and destroy you.




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