TB-303 parts from TT

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TB-303 parts from TT

Post by acidbrother » Sat Jan 22, 2011 9:50 pm

So has anyone had any experience with these, http://www.technologytransplant.com/pro ... ucts_id=71, I was thinking of either replacing the whole thing and replacing the switches later on the old PCB when I feel up to the task. Or would it just be better to get them replaced in the first place?


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Post by snod_donkey » Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:14 pm

I have not experience with those parts but have bought other parts from that seller.... never again though as he takes your money does not confirm any orders , only replies after countless amounts of emails and never bothered to let me know the items i purchased were not even in stock

I gave them a chance and this happened on a few various orders i placed

Shame as has some good parts but customer service was the werst i have ever had

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Post by rhino » Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:54 pm

Takes his own sweet time, but I have had zero problems with any of my orders (knock wood).

EDIT: Answering original question...
Depends (IMHO) what de-soldering and re-soldering those buttons means to you:

1, A quiet hours work at you bench = you could save $$ doing yourself.

2. A tedious, exasperating ordeal = go for the board

3, If you're doing this for a customer, get the board and save bench time.
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Re: TB-303 parts from TT

Post by Altitude » Sun Jan 23, 2011 2:21 am

TT is a mixed bag, I bought the switch replacement board for my 606 and it didnt work (transistors were stuffed in backwards) but replacing the original switches is a nightmare since it is very easy to damage the original board.

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