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xandora

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#110809 16-Oct-2012 19:01
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I'm planning on putting together a cmoy pocket amp for my headphones, but I'm having trouble finding a suitable supplier for the parts in the part list.

Anyone know where I can get the parts from the link below?

http://tangentsoft.net/audio/cmoy-tutorial/parts.html

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  #702325 17-Oct-2012 09:10
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And if no luck with those there's
http://www.activecomponents.com/
who are a NZ 'broker' for Mouser, so you can buy small quantities, low cost components without exorbitant international shipping charges.




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  #703147 18-Oct-2012 19:23
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Thanks, I found the NZ.Mouser site, but $39 for shipping less than $20 worth of components is rather exorbitant. I'll give them a go.

floydbloke: And if no luck with those there's 
http://www.activecomponents.com/
who are a NZ 'broker' for Mouser, so you can buy small quantities, low cost components without exorbitant international shipping charges.

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  #703591 19-Oct-2012 16:11
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DigiKey rather than Mouser. Active gets a weekly scheduled container from Mouser so you should not pay that much in shipping, but not sure if Active will deal with hobbyists. RS and E14 are great but expensive (personally prefer E14 over RS).




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  #703799 19-Oct-2012 21:51
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I think I may end up buying the pre made pcb from jdslabs and following their component list as they suggest parts you can get completely from Mouser.

But alas, the Mrs went out and bought a lot of groceries, so maybe next week?

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