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    Reticon SAD 1024 needed

    I have an MXR flanger that's currently not working. I've found that the SAD 1024 chip is bad, as I've subbed one in from a Ross flanger that I have and the pedal works. Anyone have one for sale or know of any for sale?

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    Jerry

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    The SAD1024 is winding down in terms of availability. People have sought out just about every NOS source that exists. I imagine there's still a TV/stereo repair guy on an island in the Philipines that has two in a bin, and another guy in an electronics shop in Montevideo that has changed owners 3 times who doesn't know what those 3 chips in the drawer are for. But that seems to be about it.

    More recently, folks have been trying to retrofit SAD1024-based devices with the MN3007 or MN3207. Those chips can be made to accomplish the same things as an SAD1024, but it is unfortunately not as simple as taking the one chip out and plunking the other one in. You'd need to make a little daughter board with a convertor.

    All of that being said, Steve Daniels at Small Bear Electronics gets in a wide variety of delay chips and is a fairly good source for these things. http://www.smallbearelec.com/StoreFront.bok
    Although he and others (e.g., Analog Mike: http://www.analogman.com/parts.htm) appear to be out of 1024s.

    I'm actually kind of curious about what MXR themselves is using to produce the reissue Flanger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    I have an MXR flanger that's currently not working. I've found that the SAD 1024 chip is bad, as I've subbed one in from a Ross flanger that I have and the pedal works. Anyone have one for sale or know of any for sale?

    Thanks,
    Jerry
    I think I have a couple around. How much you give me for one?

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    Bob, email sent.

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    Thanks Bob for the chip!

    It works!

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    If you are in the UK try Cricklewood Electroinic, they still have some stock

    Cricklewood Electronics - CCTV. CCTV Equipment. CCTV Systems. Digital CCTV Cameras

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    Sad1024a

    I still have enough to make you all happy.

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    Reticon sad 1024

    I still have one left in original packaging. If anyone is looking for one.

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    You have mail...

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    I have one

    Quote Originally Posted by bobsamps View Post
    I still have one left in original packaging. If anyone is looking for one.
    I have one in original Archer package. $40 takes it.

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    You have a PM.

    tnx,
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    reticon 1024

    Quote Originally Posted by Senso View Post
    I still have enough to make you all happy.

    Senso

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    hi
    i'm looking for reticon1024 in really good shape
    did u have 3 of them
    thank you
    cordially
    roccadarce@hotmail.fr

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    SOLD!

    Quote Originally Posted by bobsamps View Post
    I have one in original Archer package. $40 takes it.
    SOLD!

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    Smile Re: I Need A SAD1024A Chip ASAP

    Hello:

    I Need A SAD1024A Chip ASAP For
    A MICMIX Dynaflanger.

    Thanks.
    - John

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    Quote Originally Posted by Senso View Post
    I still have enough to make you all happy.

    Senso

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    Let Me Know If You Get More SAD1024A's In.
    Thanks.
    - John

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    Quote Originally Posted by tweeze View Post
    Let Me Know If You Get More SAD1024A's In.
    Thanks.
    - John
    PM me.

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    Bobsamps:

    If You Have The Part, Call Me.
    Thanks.
    - John
    Cell: (401) 473 - 1835

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    How about SAD512D... the 8 pin one. Anyone?

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    I need a SAD 1024 for my vintage MXR M117 Flanger. Does anyone here still have any? Bobsamps - do you?

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    Hi, I have a couple SAD1024s in stock. Price is $40 + $5 Priority Mail shipping within the US.

    Doug
    synthparts.com

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    is there any chance to ship worldwide?

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    Reticon I.C.'s

    You had better I.M. whoever replied before. I am currently out of SAD 1024 I.C.'s.

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    Reticon I.C.'s

    Quote Originally Posted by Lee_ranaldo View Post
    is there any chance to ship worldwide?
    I am currently out of Reticon I.C.'s. Try P.M.'ng the person who replied that they did have some.

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    i just discovered that I need a couple so will try to revive this thread............. anyone with any current availability?

    thanks/Jeff

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    SAD-1024A

    Hi all,

    I just Googled for this IC, as I found a new one in my 'junk'. It is still in the packet from 'TANDY', marked 'reticon sad1024a' - is anyone interested in this IC to help fix something? (sorry I'm not a musical electronics expert..). Ping me an email if you want further info.

    cheers,


    Paul.
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    Reticon SAD1024

    Sooooo-has anyone got any left please-very interested

    Paul

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    Hi there, I still have the one I posted just immediately above your post! I'm in the UK btw.

    regards,

    Paul.

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    SAD1024

    Hi
    How much would you want for it please, inc postage
    Im in the UK

    Many thanks

    Paul

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    Wow. Nearly US$100 for an SAD1024!

    At that price, I'd better go dig out the few of those I had left.

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    Wow!

    At that price its almost worth looking into designing a BBD out of passive components. With caps and resistors the size of a grain of sand, I should start looking at packing 1024 stages of caps and resistors to build my own BBD on a 1" x 2" pc board.

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    Good point.

    I once decided to sketch out a plan for an all-tube digital delay. 8-)

    You need one duotriode for each bit, 16 bits minimum per sample, and 44kHz sampling. For 1Sec of delay, that's 16x44,000 = 704 *thousand* duotriodes for the delay line, never mind how much logic is needed to do A-D and D-A, etc. For a duotriode heater, you need 12.6Vx0.150A, or 1.89W per tube. The plates pull about 1ma at 200V, or 0.2W per tube (one half of each tube is always off!), so each tube needs 2.09W of DC power. The total for the delay line is 1.471 megawatts. Of course, you also have to air-condition that much power out of the "enclosure", at an efficiency that can't very well exceed about 80% for heat pumping from a water-source, so bump that up by 20% to 1.76MW.

    At $0.15/KWHr, this thing costs 1760x$0.15 = $264 per hour to run, just for the electricity. And I've left off the capital cost of the power supply transformers, filter caps, wire, solder, tube sockets, cabinets, etc.

    Sometimes I just like to design things... 8-)

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    Build it.and they will come.....!

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    Hi
    Can you PM me

    paul.morison1@btinternet
    and I will send the £21 immediately for the chip--Reticon SAD1024

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