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Old 12th February 2003, 10:13 PM   #1
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I folks, I have a couple of the above available, unused in original packing.

As I got them for free from a company that's closing down, I don't really want any money for them. But if anyone has anything to swap ( probably best in the UK to save postage), then contact me and we can do a deal.
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Old 14th February 2003, 08:00 AM   #2
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Hi Pinkmouse,

I have some Crystal CS8412 what are you looking for? I'm in the Uk as well.

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Mozfet, to be honest, I have no idea!

I am just learning the electronics side of things, and the fact that the 1837's have so many pins is a bit scary!

The crystal chip looks like it's used in many of the DIY Dacs around, so that might be a good swap, it's probably a bit simpler than the Analog chip.

Drop me a line priavtely and we can sort it out.

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