WTB: Analog Devices AD825 & BrownDog SMT Adapters
Jun 4, 2002 at 6:33 AM Thread Starter Post #1 of 11

zhtham

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Upgrade bug caught up with me again
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I need a couple of the following parts but i can't get them directly because of the minimum order requirement!

Hopefully there are some DIYers out there who have some extras and willing to sell me some
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Or, if anyone interested in getting limited amount of the same parts, PM me, i think we can share the purchase
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Parts:

1. Analog Devices AD825 : 4 pcs
2. BrownDog SO8 to 8-pin DIP adapter (w/ pins) : 2 pcs
3. BrownDog Single Op-amp to Dual Op-amp Adapter (w/ pins) : 2pcs

Thanks,
Z.
 
Jun 4, 2002 at 4:57 PM Post #2 of 11

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Oh come on! Browndog has a 5-piece minimum order requirement, it's not THAT bad- and it means you have plenty of spares incase you screw up!

And Newark has no minimum order for the AD825/AD8610.


So you wanna try some surface mount soldering, eh? Have fun and get a fine soldering iron tip
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Jun 4, 2002 at 6:33 PM Post #3 of 11

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hey eric343, thanks for the advice
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i tried lookin for AD8610/AD8620 at Newark.com, don't seem to carry them
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any idea where can i get them?

[Edit:] Nevermind... found it at AnalogDevices.com
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thanks,
Z.
 
Jun 5, 2002 at 2:22 AM Post #4 of 11

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It's a fair request. There is a big setup cost (minimum order, s&h, taxes, duties etc.) associated with buying parts that makes buying just a few parts very expensive.
 
Jun 5, 2002 at 2:28 AM Post #5 of 11

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I doubt it would cost him more than $25-35 total, though, and it would leave him with some extra parts that are surprisingly handy to have lying around.
 
Jun 5, 2002 at 12:40 PM Post #6 of 11

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I have two AD825 already mounted on 8-DIP adapters. I can't remember where I ordered them, but I do know they were in Europe and that they also sold CD player upgrades, I got the link from here. If you can remember where I ordered them
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then work out what I paid and you could have them for the same.
 
Jun 5, 2002 at 5:28 PM Post #8 of 11

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eric343: Thank You! I'd appreciate that if you can sell me some adapters. I'll send you a PM
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aeberbach: I think i know what you are talking about, are they the AD825 upgrades from LC Audio? If it is, i'm sorry that i'll have to pass. Because 2 of those modules (I need 2 for my CHA47) will set me back almost $80
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Jun 5, 2002 at 11:39 PM Post #10 of 11

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Yeah that's it! LC Audio! I have type 4, cost $24.88 each.

I forgot they were so expensive. I'm unlikely to use them. You could have the pair for $40, and I'll cover postage - I am in love with my AKG K1000 and I am now looking at a pair of Western Electric 300B tubes that just arrived and will be used to drive them, sort of the opposite end of the spectrum
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