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Old 24th July 2006, 04:00 AM   #1
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I have two pairs (4 total), 2 each of On Semiconductor MJL4281A and MJL4302A. Each cost me $6.90 or so new from DigiKey, plus shipping. I'll let the four of them go for $20 plus shipping, which shouldn't be more than a couple of dollars. They'll be in their original anti-static bag, and I'll also include some mica washers I was going to use... These were impossible to find - I had to shave a couple thicker ones I found in a cannibalized CRT monitor PSU to get these... The reason I'm getting rid of these is that I caught the tube audio bug and my mostly-finished 100wpc P3A (Rod Elliott's design) just doesn't hold any appeal for me - I'd rather use the money to work on tube stuff. This is from Boston, MA by the way.

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Old 24th July 2006, 04:29 AM   #2
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Default I'm interested

I'd like to buy them off you for an eventual Class A bipolar
project. I was hoping these would work for a JLH Class A amp
but the fT might be too high. For $20, I can find a use for them.

FYI - I'm also in Boston and have a serious repertoire of tube
stuff. We might be able to trade for some parts of interest too
even though cash is fine.
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