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    Current Mouser part #'s

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    batman7349

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    Current Mouser part #'s

    Post by batman7349 on Mon Dec 22, 2014 4:38 pm

    I was trying to check on the price and availability of the parts for the classic board. Some of the parts came back not found. Is there an updated list?
    Thanks for the help!
    Standard gain board with three 12AT7 tubes
    ITEM VALUE QTY PART#
    PCB 1 VTA ST70
    R5 & 6 100 2 273-100-RC
    R27 & 28 1K 2 273-1K-RC
    R9 & 10 2.2K 2 273-2.2K-RC
    R7, 8, 15, 16 7.5K 4 273-7.5K-RC
    R1,2,39 10K 3 273-10K-RC
    R17 & 18 12K 2 273-12K-RC
    R37 & 38 27K 2 273-27K-RC
    R19 - 22 51K 4 273-51K-RC
    R11 & 12 68K 2 273-68K-RC
    R13 & 14 150K 2 273-150K-RC
    R3, 4, 29-32 270K 6 273-270K-RC
    R23-26 1M 4 273-1.0M-RC
    R40-43 10 1w 4 281-10-RC
    R44 2.2K 2w 1 282-2.2K-RC
    V1-3 12AT7 3 AES JJ 12AT7
    VS1 - 3 9p pcb 3 AES P-ST9-215
    VR1 - 4 50K 4 72-T20YP-50K
    VR5, 6 10K 2 72-T20YP-10K
    C11 & 12 220 pF 2 5982-15-500V220
    C13 - 16 22uF 450v 4 140-XRL-450V33-RC
    C17 100uF 100v 2 140-XRL-100V100-RC
    D1 UF4007 1 512-UF4007
    C1 - 4 .10 400v 4 AES C-PD10-400
    C5 - 8 .22 600v 4 AES C-PD22-600

    sKiZo

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    Location : Michigan USA

    Re: Current Mouser part #'s

    Post by sKiZo on Mon Dec 22, 2014 9:21 pm

    Part numbers change constantly. You can usually find a good match if you scroll down and click the "show similar" button on Mouser. Sometimes you got to just get creative and go with the important values when searching for substitutes.

    VR1 - 4 50K 4 72-T20YP-50K
    http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Vishay-Sfernice/T73YE503KT20/?qs=sGAEpiMZZMvygUB3GLcD7gTIXvDhNlCgcbkHEL44xjg%3d

    VR5, 6 10K 2 72-T20YP-10K
    http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Vishay-Sfernice/T73YP103KT20/?qs=sGAEpiMZZMvygUB3GLcD7gTIXvDhNlCgYZ%252bYhNe6HjY%3d

    C13 - 16 22uF 450v 4 140-XRL-450V33-RC
    http://www.mouser.com/Passive-Components/Capacitors/Aluminum-Electrolytic-Capacitors/Aluminum-Electrolytic-Capacitors-Leaded/_/N-75hqw?P=1z0wrkiZ1yzskni

    C5 - 8 .22 600v 4 AES C-PD22-600
    Best bet here are the film in oil Russian PIOs that Bob sells as an upgrade. You won't regret ...

    C1 - 4 .10 400v 4 AES C-PD10-400
    Don't quote me on this one, but I believe the kit boards now ship with .22 @400v ...
    http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/AVX/SR768C224MAATR1/?qs=0BRLb1uk2KiWd7erScjhDw%3d%3d

    PS ... the sockets are more of a specialty item nowadays. TubeAndMore is a good source.
    https://www.tubesandmore.com/products/P-ST9-215

    (Hopefully somebody else will double check my list here for errors?)

    batman7349

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    Join date : 2014-12-08

    Re: Current Mouser part #'s

    Post by batman7349 on Tue Dec 23, 2014 9:17 am

    Thanks for the update. Still getting used to Mouser's interface. So many choices it gets a little confusing trying to narrow down the search Shocked

    sKiZo

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    Location : Michigan USA

    Re: Current Mouser part #'s

    Post by sKiZo on Tue Dec 23, 2014 9:39 am

    Just, as I mentioned before, don't take my word as gospel here. I was just poking around.

    Mouser also has a "project" option where you can save your parts list and make it public so other folk can benefit from your hard work finding everything. Problem being, as you've noticed, those project lists need regular maintenance as parts go obsolete or out of stock due to low demand. Get used to that working with old circuits I guess ...

    Then again, it's even worse with new circuits ... at least those that you can actually repair!

    PS ... you'll probably hear it a time or two ... you'd probably be doing yourself a favor upgrading to a VTA replacement board. Be interesting to put together a cost sheet comparing refurb vs replace ...




    tubes4hifi
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    Re: Current Mouser part #'s

    Post by tubes4hifi on Tue Dec 23, 2014 7:07 pm

    you guys can have fun spending an hour or two figuring out what parts to use, and then spending $45-50 (plus $7 shipping) or so for them,
    or you can just send me an email and I'll just send all the parts to you for $50, and save you an hour or two . . . .

    batman7349

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    Re: Current Mouser part #'s

    Post by batman7349 on Tue Dec 23, 2014 10:37 pm

    That's what I figured out..... I'll buy the board with parts. I just had to check. Already spent too much money go get back into the tube audio scene. But what the heck you only go around once!

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