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Old 4th July 2003, 02:04 AM   #1
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Default Where can i get more of these resister's..

Does any one know where i can get more of these resisters. not the value that is shown but the style. ..
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Old 4th July 2003, 03:45 AM   #2
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Iron Chef recipe.

1. ordinary radio shack resistor
2. home depot can of blue spray paint.
3. office depot permanent marker.






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Old 4th July 2003, 03:55 AM   #3
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Looks like Corning RN60D. Not made anymore.

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MAn this sux then.. i so liked these resisters.. ill have to bug my papa for his last pile then.. he was removing them from Telephone radio equipments and stuff..
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They should say "Corning Glass Works" or usually "CGW" on them. They do sound good.....I have no idea why.

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dont tell him that...he will be goin around and ripping off old phone booths LOL
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lol...:O)
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Old 4th July 2003, 02:25 PM   #8
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Jason: I agree with Jocko - those resistors look like Corning RN55D or RN60D types (the difference being the wattage). Spectral used to use those resistors (back when Demian Martin was the chief designer), but I don't know if they still do. If you open up an old DMC-10 or DMA-50, you will probably see lots of those Cornings.

FWIW, those Cornings also were available in green (otherwise visually identical to the blue types that you showed).

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Those were the '55Ds that were green. The 60Ds were blue, dark blue, or at one time, grey.

The 55Ds also came in grey.

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Old 4th July 2003, 03:38 PM   #10
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Hi,

Maybe this may help:

SURPLUS

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P.S. Rumour has it that Corning made tantalum Rs at one point in time...does anyone happen to know a reference for those?

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