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 Post subject: Sourcing MN3007's
PostPosted: Wed Mar 06, 2024 4:11 pm 
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Anyone have any thoughts on some reliable MN3007's?

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warm places theory sounds plausible. Occasionally, I wake up and think my snake is missing too, but it turns out it's just a chilly morning. :P


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 Post subject: Re: Sourcing MN3007's
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TNblueshawk wrote:
Anyone have any thoughts on some reliable MN3007's?


Stompboxparts.com has them...
https://stompboxparts.com/search.php?se ... on=product

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 Post subject: Re: Sourcing MN3007's
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SteveO wrote:
TNblueshawk wrote:
Anyone have any thoughts on some reliable MN3007's?


Stompboxparts.com has them...
https://stompboxparts.com/search.php?se ... on=product


Have you got some there before Steve?

I have some chorus projects that aren't working out and the common denominator is this chip.

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warm places theory sounds plausible. Occasionally, I wake up and think my snake is missing too, but it turns out it's just a chilly morning. :P


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 Post subject: Re: Sourcing MN3007's
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TNblueshawk wrote:
SteveO wrote:
TNblueshawk wrote:
Anyone have any thoughts on some reliable MN3007's?


Stompboxparts.com has them...
https://stompboxparts.com/search.php?se ... on=product


Have you got some there before Steve?

I have some chorus projects that aren't working out and the common denominator is this chip.



Not the MN3007's specifically but I've bought other components from them. Good quality parts so far.

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 Post subject: Re: Sourcing MN3007's
PostPosted: Thu Mar 07, 2024 2:33 pm 
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Ok, thanks. I will plan to order a few then.

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warm places theory sounds plausible. Occasionally, I wake up and think my snake is missing too, but it turns out it's just a chilly morning. :P


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 Post subject: Re: Sourcing MN3007's
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SteveO wrote:
TNblueshawk wrote:
SteveO wrote:


Have you got some there before Steve?

I have some chorus projects that aren't working out and the common denominator is this chip.



Not the MN3007's specifically but I've bought other components from them. Good quality parts so far.


I bought some MN3208's (edit: V3208 to be precise) from there to do a test Keith suggested in my Analog vibrato and the one I tested worked correctly.


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 Post subject: Re: Sourcing MN3007's
PostPosted: Mon Mar 11, 2024 10:50 am 
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True MN3xxx parts are getting really hard to find. Even MN320x. You can probably find onesy twosey still from a seller you trust. Anything coming from a seller in Asia is almost certainly going to be counterfeit. Especially MN300x parts.

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 Post subject: Re: Sourcing MN3007's
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True MN3xxx parts are getting really hard to find. Even MN320x. You can probably find onesy twosey still from a seller you trust. Anything coming from a seller in Asia is almost certainly going to be counterfeit. Especially MN300x parts.


How close are the Xvive reproductions on a 1-10 scale? I saw some MN3005's and since I broke a leg on 2 of my NOS's :oops: :oops: :oops: ......

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warm places theory sounds plausible. Occasionally, I wake up and think my snake is missing too, but it turns out it's just a chilly morning. :P


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 Post subject: Re: Sourcing MN3007's
PostPosted: Tue Mar 12, 2024 11:19 am 
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I've never tried the xvive MN3005. They're commercial pricing isn't very good, so I've never messed with them. Sometimes you can luck out and find a cheap old DOD delay pedal with an MN3005 in them in a pawn shop or eBay.

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