aaaaaaaaaaaaaadigital audio Hi Nige, I bought one of these recently. digital audio link via USB dongle transmitter and 30m range. JRC Dual Op Amp IC. JRC Dual Op Amp IC. Price: $ Datasheet: application/pdf icon RCpdf. JRC Dual Op Amp. DIP ICs – Linear. The JRC integrated circuit by Japan Radio Company is a dual high gain operational amplifier internally compensated and constructed on a single silicon .
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The JRC chip is the real sought after vintage one, so resale value on the RC chip is going to be lower. I’m just wondering where things currently stand. It’s a bit snarlier than the RCP, and a tad more dynamic.
You can also use a TL or a TL In either case, they end up with a copy that is extremely close to the original. RadarSep 20, Personally, I think it’s the build of the pedal and the sum of all components.
JRC4558 Dual Op Amp IC
They can license the design from the originator, or they can reverse engineer the chip by using strong acid to etch away the layers of the semiconductor wafer.
Put a TL in there and be prepared for an overly bright and brittle sound. Same with all the components.
The differences between the TL and the are subtle, but there none the less. A company that wants to second source an IC usually does it one of two ways. The new one has the reissue JRC that’s been out for awhile.
You’ll have to skip over all of the posts about ancient mainframe computers to get to the die photos. If you want a JRC chip for jdc4558 project, get a new chip from Steve at Small Bear Electronics who sells them cheap sorry we dont have time to sell chips or small parts.
Great points made, truly. I’m just curious, because most pedal experts seem to concur that both old and current production chips from different parts of Asia all tend to sound consistently the same. Originally posted by Fret Wire Man They are common chips but most places don’t jrc4558 that kind of thing.
Yes, my password is: Get a reissue and put a RC jrc455 it. Do you have a Fry’s near you, or other decent electronics store.
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I have another clone of the same circuit that I paid significantly less for and it shows. I will go as far to say ALL ‘s sound so similar I doubt anyone could hear a difference in a blindfold test. Sep 20, 1.
Help FAQs Go to top. Here’s two places that have what you need. The in a Tube Screamer does have a sound that is good and is what a lot of people find to their liking. May 23, 2.
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I also played around with other chips, such as TL the Bluesbreaker chipthe LM, and a couple of others. May 24, 8.
Sep 20, 3. Are the misinformed still spending 30 bucks or more for a “NOS” chip, and 2 “brown sound” resistors? It’s amazing how some of these falsehoods prevail. Jjrc4558 20, 4. There are probably 3 that most guitarists would agree sound ‘bad.
You must log in or sign up to reply here. But I beleive the old JRC version is the holy grail of some even though the actual chip in some of the originals may be made by others.
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