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Old 23rd September 2006, 11:00 PM   #1
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I hate to start a new threat for this, but a... Im looking for 2- 35 ohm non-inductive resisters. Any Idea were I could find a supply of rare parts of such?
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Old 24th September 2006, 12:48 AM   #2
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Being in america your obviously not even attempting looking at all.

A 1 minute search on 'the net' will give you that many places it's not funny.

Oh, and I wouldn't class non inductive resistors as 'rare'.

Go forth and SEARCH young man.....
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Old 24th September 2006, 01:53 AM   #3
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I really like the mills brand of non inductive resistors.

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Old 24th September 2006, 02:42 AM   #4
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Being in america your obviously not even attempting looking at all.

A 1 minute search on 'the net' will give you that many places it's not funny.

Oh, and I wouldn't class non inductive resistors as 'rare'.

Go forth and SEARCH young man.....

Ya well that one minute search you spoke of, got me a page that would not load, A PDF doc on smt resistors, first hit was a compony I never heard of, A site thats has little info on what I want, a few wire-wounds that are 35+$, and a bunch of other.

I did the google search. To give a clear definition of what I am looking for click -> here . There is only so much space on the x-over board im working on, and I did forget to mention that I'm looking for these in a sand block wire wound package.

What I'm looking for does seem a little tuff to locate. To give an Idea as to what I'm doing, is rebuilding the x-overs in my old Kenwood KL-777's. Im replacing some of the Inductors with air cores, all the caps, the resistors with non-inductives. That and beefing up the pcb traces with silver solder once I get the parts and clean them. There are a few other mods I'm going to do, but thats down the road. And yes I know that I can put a 25 and a 10 together, but space is a bit tight on the board were they go. I'd post a pic, but the digi cam is busted.

nate- I did look at the mills on PE, the 20 and 15 Ohm looks small enough and just might work. Thanks for pointing them out. I should have seen that.
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Old 24th September 2006, 03:56 AM   #6
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Nice suppliers... I think I found a solution anyway. Thanks...
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Old 24th September 2006, 05:33 AM   #7
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www.percyaudio.com

He has good stock of a bunch of different resistors that would work well. If you email him, he can give you a rundown of what will work best for you. I've bought a bunch of stuff from him and I've been happy with the results every time.

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