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Old 14th October 2003, 10:26 AM   #1
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Who can sell me one of these jobbies? I am planning on building Doede's TDA1543 DAC, and I only have optical out at the moment.

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Old 14th October 2003, 10:40 AM   #2
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Old 14th October 2003, 10:55 AM   #3
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Hi Per,

Thanks..I found that one as well.

But on his main page he :

http://www.sc-elec.demon.co.uk/

Simon Says :

"November 16th - I have stopped selling the modules and ICs. If I start again I will post a message here."

However I am not sure what modules he means....and have sent him an email....

Plus transfering money any other way than Paypal is expensive and labour intensive...

Thanks anyway!

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Old 14th October 2003, 11:03 AM   #4
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Who can sell me one of these jobbies? I am planning on building Doede's TDA1543 DAC, and I only have optical out at the moment.

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Hi Bas,
You can buy them from www.conrad.nl . A bit high on the price though

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Old 14th October 2003, 11:10 AM   #5
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Thanks Elso!

By the way..do you think your clock V6.0 could be used with Doede's DAC...?

I never got round to implementing your clock with my Sony..

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Schuro.de has them at good prices, but if you don't live in Germany.... you are forced to ask to some German guy if he can buy some for you.

Maybe you could ask AMT-Freak if some of the ones who didn't pay for the last group buy had ordered some of these...

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Schuro.de has them at good prices, but if you don't live in Germany.... you are forced to ask to some German guy if he can buy some for you.

Maybe you could ask AMT-Freak if some of the ones who didn't pay for the last group buy had ordered some of these...
Why, Schuro sells all over Europe (the world?)?
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They do indeed and I have had no problem ordering from Switzerland and shipping to France using a Swedish e-mail address. I wonder why some people think they only deal with Germans in Germany...
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Because they never answered to my emails....

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