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Old 25th November 2011, 02:52 PM   #1
jeepy is offline jeepy  Switzerland
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Default Exercise: 'the best resistor at the right place'?

Let's imagine I have got a full set of resistors for this preamplifier in 4 different flavors (and prices!) : bulk metal foil (Vishay, Caddock), tantalum (AN), carbon film (Riken), and std metal film (takman ...). Also, I do not want to waste my money! Which res. would you recommend at the different positions in this circuit?
I hope we will have fun! Thanks, JP
(PS. this is an oldie but goodie Kaneda preamp)
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