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Old 23rd April 2011, 08:07 AM   #111
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Purchased 2 LM3886TF National Semiconductor chips from Chip Components, this shop is in the lane after chunam lane
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Old 23rd April 2011, 08:08 AM   #112
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In case you like to make your own chasis (as I do
although difficult and time consuming) I purchase
aluminum sheets of different thicknesses from the
following shop:

Pavan Mehta
Honesty Steel
35/37 Bapu Khote Cross Lane
Gulalwadi
Mumbai-400003
Mobile: 9820495404
Tel 022 23461150

They will not cut in small pieces. But you can get it done
from `Bombay Cutter' very near to them. Pavan can
tell you the direction. A week back I got some sheets
cut. Fantastic job in a few minutes, primitive technology
they use and very cheap. The cutting was a nightmare
for me.

Roushon.
Roushon, can you post pictures and the prices ?

This thread is fantastic !!
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Old 23rd April 2011, 04:10 PM   #113
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Default Sorry!

Sorry! I have no pictures. The cuts are rectangular in size from a big
3mm sheet. So there is not much to see. I am sure you can get
some fancy cut also from Bombay cutter. You have to contact them.

Aluminum sheet Rs 215/- per kg. The charge for the cutting depends
on the job. I paid Rs 50/- to cut 8 different sizes pieces from a single piece.

Roushon.
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Old 23rd April 2011, 04:16 PM   #114
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dear roshan,
i live in fatehpur in u.p. plz send me the adress from where can coaching to make sophisticated pcbs at my e mail khan.shahid251@gmail.com
thanking you.you ever masood.
Sorry Massod I never dealt with sophisticated PCB. The PCB I make are
at the most double sided. I learnt it myself using the freeware
version of the Eagle software. You can download it from the site:

CadSoft Online: Download

The freeware version has limitations: at the most two sided and the
maximum size of the PCB is 3inch x 4inch. But if you purchase
the full version you can do anything.

Hope this helps.
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Old 24th April 2011, 01:26 AM   #115
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Purchased an inductance/capacitance/ meter from a
shop in Chunam lane (forgot the name of the shop, it
is on the left side when coming from Lamington road,
selling all kind of tools). Costed Rs 1350/-+VAT, no
warrantee. Later after few minutes saw the same meter in
Visha Electronics in Rs 950/-+VAT+warrantee. Luckily the
guy was professional enough to take it back. I got it
finally from Visha.

Do not know what to conclude from this...but be
careful!

Roushon.
Got mixed up with the road name. The shop is on Shamrao Vithal
Marg, this is parallel to Chunam lane. The shop name is Rhythm
Electronics who took excessive price for the multimeter.

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Old 24th April 2011, 02:44 AM   #116
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Got mixed up with the road name. The shop is on Shamrao Vithal
Marg, this is parallel to Chunam lane. The shop name is Rhythm
Electronics who took excessive price for the multimeter.

Roushon
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Old 24th April 2011, 03:44 AM   #117
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I had the misfortune to get hit by the fake transistor bug.
I bought 2SC2240 transistors from Roland Electronics at
Gujarati Galli, Koti, in Hyderabad. They turned out to be fakes,
and even the pinout and HFe are wrong. They are
exactly the same fakes as documented in this thread here -

Counterfeit 2SC2240 - AudioKarma.org Home Audio Stereo Discussion Forums
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Old 25th April 2011, 07:17 AM   #118
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Purchased 2 LM3886TF National Semiconductor chips from Chip Components, this shop is in the lane after chunam lane
This is a very useful information. Many of us at times
looked for LM3886. I had to finally import it some years
back. Is the IC available always in Chip Component? In
case you know kindly post.

Regards
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This is a very useful information. Many of us at times
looked for LM3886. I had to finally import it some years
back. Is the IC available always in Chip Component? In
case you know kindly post.

Regards
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For how much did you get it.
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Old 25th April 2011, 08:45 AM   #120
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I inquired here @ pune its 250/- each. I guess that IC must be easily available. Is it a rear chip ?
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