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Shaktigul I do have a couple in the private stash if you ask really, really nicely. Try to find at least a similar device. Bright, but big, BIG bass. If I find a good deal on a lot on Ebay, I might be able to offer some for sale. I want to use this as a method bar46 providing guitar distortion. Even brighter, less distortion, very bassy and full. They break up pretty evenly across the neck. This question and its answers are frozen and cannot be changed.
Asymmestric is the best sound for these. BAT46 Datasheet Perhaps it is so obvious that the other answers forgot to mention it: Oh, and in your discussion of Schottky vs. Very natural and tube-like. The only opamp that I know is the Datashet bright for a Ge single. A little scooped, but less so than the colorful ones. They also have some of the vocal quality of the D9J. Can get buzzy in some circumstances.
Email Required, but never shown. These are outstanding diodes. None available I used too many of them! So I want to buy some Schottky Diodes to have on hand. Breaks into really dark fuzz, but keeps chords clear. Due to extremely limited stock on some of these, I may not be able to honor all requests for trios. Similar to the individual ones but with a more balanced EQ.
Dark, smooth, distorts easily. The distortion can be a bit harsh on these, but the decay is very natural. I am working on getting more of some of the great sounding ones. Tell you the truth 9 times out of 10 I just go through a bunch of germs I have with my Peak DCA Pro and find diodes that are the needed forward voltage.
Simple dual op amp, completely clean dztasheet. Can I sub an ultra-fast for a fast recovery? I also show the waveforms for V1 and V2 for the mV case the two funky waveforms running across the middle. But I really liked this sensor and I think I will buy it for future versions of this project. Also, R5, R6, R7 and R8 need to be the same value, but not necessarily the same value as the first group. Sign up using Email and Password. More of the same, but raunchy. Sold out for the moment. These are nice, I bat64 them quite a bit and have used them in multiple builds.
And those happened to be the first few I grabbed out of the bag. For monitoring current in an AC power line, a non-invasive sensor such as SCT datasheet linked might address your requirement:.
BAT46 ST SOT-323 Transistors
Vishay BAT46 Datasheet (Rev. 1.8)