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Electronics Starters Kit?

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Buffy The Cache Coder, Aug 14, 2003.

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  1. Hello.

    I'm trying to learn electronics. I'm reading an intro layman's book
    to the subject ("There Are No Electrons"). And I'm soon gonna finish
    that. My next book will be more hands on, and requires that I purchase
    some electronics 'stuff'.

    Where can I buy a good electronics starters kit? I don't know if one of
    those "50-in-1" kits will do. I went to college for mathematics and
    my EE classmates had these "EE kits". I think I need one of those. I use
    to work at a bio-electronics lab and they had 'thingies' that looked
    straight out of those EE kits.

    So I figure professionals use EE kits instead of the Radio Shack
    50 in 1 kits. I know that last sentence sounds pretty stupid.

    Anyways, can someone point me in the right direction? Thanks.
  2. Rich Webb

    Rich Webb Guest

    Actually, the "300-in-1" kit (280-0270) looks kind of fun. It includes
    enough parts to get you started, where otherwise you're stuck with
    buying a Big Bag'O Resistors etc.

    As you work through it you can pick up other tools, test equipment, and
    components and build up your kit to match your interests.
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