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Old 31st August 2013, 04:45 PM   #21
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I bought only two samples from China and this what they looked like.
You could easily pair two #1 samples to get a similar curve. I think that would
be usable in cases where very low noise was not the big issue.

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Old 31st August 2013, 09:08 PM   #22
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Ahum, err, if you get Linear Audio Vol 6 it comes with a free LSK170B and an LSJ74B. Gets you started!

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I take by this fine offer that lsj74 will be available to us in the near future ?
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No idea, actually. They are not up on the LS website.

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No idea, actually. They are not up on the LS website.

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I would think they are at least serious about producing them to seed demand like this finally .
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Old 1st September 2013, 01:29 AM   #25
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It has been a week since I got my LSK170C's.
But I never got a word back on my inquiry of the J74's from Linearsystems yet.

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You could easily pair two #1 samples to get a similar curve. I think that would
be usable in cases where very low noise was not the big issue.

Thank you Mr. Pass...
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I would think they are at least serious about producing them to seed demand like this finally .
The demand from the DIY community is a teensy drop in the bucket compared to real manufacturers. The problem is simple that P-channels are much, much harder to make than N's, and their production yields have been abysmal.
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The demand from the DIY community is a teensy drop in the bucket compared to real manufacturers. The problem is simple that P-channels are much, much harder to make than N's, and their production yields have been abysmal.
Well here hoping that the diy market can help clean up the abysmal output.
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and why is it that when a project becomes popular here, the devices gets obsolete not long after
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Old 1st September 2013, 10:10 AM   #30
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and why is it that when a project becomes popular here, the devices gets obsolete not long after
It`s the other way around.
There`s some logic in that mind you...
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