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Old 5th March 2010, 12:55 AM   #1
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Red face 2sc1384 Swap-out

I've been looking over datasheets for a few days after reading a post by EW

and I've come up with a few options for the swap-out,

2SC3940A - which matches pretty much everything but is panasonic and is available from digi, but is a planned discontinued...

another option that I've come up with is Fairchild's:

KSD1616 - it's close, but I'm not sure if it's close enough in the particulars, but I thought I'd ask the more knowledgeable of you to take a look, I did notice on EW's post that more gain is usually better, which if I'm reading the datasheet correctly, it has a higher Hfe.

I'm not sure about linking datasheets and other such things, so I'll leave it to anyone who is willing to look to let me know, I have a little bit of time until I have the money set aside to do the recap on my amp, and I want to grab this up at the same time.
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