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Old 13th June 2007, 10:20 AM   #11
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I can't keep up at this rate, anyone have a spare breadboard ?
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Old 13th June 2007, 10:57 AM   #12
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Jeez, is Ranch-dad trying to do us in ?
I can't keep up at this rate, anyone have a spare breadboard ?
Let's do that breadboard GB then
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Old 13th June 2007, 11:13 AM   #13
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why?
Because i'm lazy and the latest ELFA catalogue has exactly 1850 pages.
For searching dirty words i usually peek inside different kind of books.

PS: Choko, seen my mega-stash of ITT stacked Polystyrene caps flash by ?

(recollecting dadio's reply to the X5 kinky details comment: i regularly remind the g/f how boring life would be without a certifiable nut like me around)
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Let's do that breadboard GB then

I'm in for two F4 breadboards, two F3 breadboards, and twenty PSU breadboards (ten for positive and negative rail supply, ten for single rail).

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Because i'm lazy and the latest ELFA catalogue has exactly 1850 pages.
For searching dirty words i usually peek inside different kind of books.

PS: Choko, seen my mega-stash of ITT stacked Polystyrene caps flash by ?

(recollecting dadio's reply to the X5 kinky details comment: i regularly remind the g/f how boring life would be without a certifiable nut like me around)

hehe

rich bstrd!!

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Actually, i've got so much of even more exotic Siemens drek that i have no need for these.
Cost of these 1% ITT caps when they were still manufactured was about $3 each on average, i got them thinking i might offer them on diyA and do a few overhere a favor.
These are much later production types than the 2.5% accurate black style KS17 caps from 1974 which are offered HERE

btw: the EMZ KP polypropylene caps on offer there are a lot cheaper than the rates Thel charges: www.thel-audioworld.de/bauteile/kp1/kp1.htm

Seems a shame to let exotic NOS stuff that's unobtanium for most go to waste, here's a pic of another 2600 caps.
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Actually, i've got so much of even more exotic Siemens drek
that i have no need for these.
Cost of these 1% ITT caps when they were still manufactured was about $3 each on average, i got them thinking i might offer them on diyA and do a few overhere a favor.
Seems a shame to let exotic NOS stuff that's unobtanium for most go to waste, here's a pic of another 2600 caps.

ya know- I never think that I'll say this- I understand you completely:

I also have that -love for flea market - character ("I need everything,mebbe not right now,but for later...")


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Actually, i've got so much of even more exotic Siemens drek that i have no need for these.
Cost of these 1% ITT caps when they were still manufactured was about $3 each on average, i got them thinking i might offer them on diyA and do a few overhere a favor.
These are much later production types than the 1974 black style KS17 caps which are offered HERE

Seems a shame to let exotic NOS stuff that's unobtanium for most go to waste, here's a pic of another 2600 caps.



Did you rob a 20' container at the trainstation or what
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Less than a month ago i bought 8500 of the Siemens caps, i'm the bstrd and the other word.
A few bags of the other stuff, 34 of them in total =>
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Did you rob a 20' container at the trainstation or what

me thinks that's time to use that colts on jaccoschmacko
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