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Old 20th August 2003, 07:23 AM   #31
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Default Yes, Solders Are Different.

Don't cheap out with RS.
RS Components or Radio Shack ?.
As far as I know, RS components sell Multicore which is good, and what Radio Shach sells could be anything.
In the past I have fixed old Chinese made gear, and the solder was very poor and sounded even worse - made from recycled car batteries perhaps ?.

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Old 20th August 2003, 04:38 PM   #32
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Multicore is good, RS is bad.
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