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Jason 14th October 2011 05:03 AM

New vendor - Siliconray
Please welcome our latest vendor Mike and his forum on diyAudio - Siliconray.

Siliconray's own website can be found here: SiliconRay Online Electronic Store

Siliconray is an online store that sells all kind of electronic components, kits, boards, tools and instruments. Their customers range from professional electronics engineers to hobbyists, students and amateurs. It's their goal to make electronics projects easier and more cost effective for everyone.

They have a wide range of products related to audio applications and provide all kinds of transistors, mosfets, capacitors, tubes, boards, modules, audio amplifiers and custom made parts. Additionally, Siliconray guarantees competitive prices and good service for their customers.

Please welcome Mike and his business into the diyAudio community!

siliconray 14th October 2011 01:11 PM

Thanks Jason and all. This is a great site, not only for audio DIYers but also for all electronics fans. I'm looking forward to learn more about audio DIY from you, and I'd also like to help you to simplify your electronics projects in any way.

Lazybutt 14th October 2011 01:27 PM

3$ for an unmatched 2SK170 ?? What kind of dollar are these , HK$ ?

siliconray 14th October 2011 01:40 PM

opps...Our fault. Thanks for let me know. Store managers must forgot to convert the currency. There're too many products to be listed, mistakes are hard to avoid, sorry. I'll ask the guys in the company to check all products carefully.
Once a customer bought 1000pcs of NXP's BFR106 microwave transistor, the listed price is only $0.04 (since it's duplicated from another cheap transistor 2N3904). We shipped all what he ordered without a words because it's our mistake.

If you find any mistakes please let me know, we'll modify it as soon as possible.

siliconray 14th October 2011 01:57 PM

Problem should be solved in a few minutes later. Any problems regarding the prices please let me know, thanks! Lazybutt if you need these jfets 5 pairs are free for you!

Lazybutt 14th October 2011 02:15 PM

Haha thanks don't worry I'm fine! ;)
Really I was wondering what currency, as some things are quite cheap and that one ... less, and the website does not specify it...

Since you're going to potentially attract international buyers, better make it clear that these are US$ somewhere on your site (as I suppose it is, and not AU$, CAN$, etc..)

diyroger 14th October 2011 02:20 PM

Mike is a nice guy!

BTW, Are my parts and amplifiers shipped? When do you think I can I receive them?

siliconray 14th October 2011 02:32 PM

Another good suggestion for another $5 free stuff for you:D
I had thought people will thought $ is USD by default since it's international currenc. Google a bit found that $ is used by many countries.

siliconray 14th October 2011 02:51 PM

Hi Roger, your second order is one 200W TA3020, one arduino development board and some other parts, right? They are shipped and you'll receive in about 10 days. You should try STC 8051 microcontrollers, they are really great mcus


Originally Posted by diyroger (
Mike is a nice guy!

BTW, Are my parts and amplifiers shipped? When do you think I can I receive them?

gk7 14th October 2011 02:53 PM

Great store with an interesting collection of parts ! I have another question about the
2SK170/2SJ74 matched pair - this is 2SK170 matched to 2SJ74 correct ? Do you have
plans to offer matched 2SK170/2SK170 and 2SJ74/2SJ74 or even matched quads (2x2SJ74 + 2x2SK170) ? And in which Idss grades they are available (GR, BL, V) ?

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