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Nov 6, 2018

about resistors, capacitors etc etc ...

3 comments

Hello, i have buy an Olegtron MK2, i have a simple question:

 

I must use only the resistors, capacitors, diodes, transistors etc etc ... that i found on the package, or I can also buy some new others in my city shop?

thank you.

Nov 19, 2018

Hi...it is preffered to use the given components because they are precise and defect free. From outside components there is the chances for defects.

Nov 20, 2018

Actually quite the contrary rochmesa! You can use pretty much any component, since both versions of the 4060 are kind of protected: there is a series resistor in the power supply, that limits the current, so that you practically can not "burn" your 4060. If the device stops working however, you can replace the chip by opening the enclosure (knobs and nuts have to be removed too). The chip is called CD4060 and can be obtained from almost any electronic component retailer.

 

Please note that you can harm the connected components, though. So you should not stick the most precious and fragile parts there.

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