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  1. Con Saris

    Con Saris Guest

    I have a Peavy Bass System amp Model: xminx 110 in for repairs. I need to
    find a supplier, in Australia, for an IC type: RC 4558 P. Can anybody help
    me?
    Thanks in advance
    Con
     
  2. Tim Schwartz

    Tim Schwartz Guest

    Con,

    If I'm correct, this is a 8 pin DIP (dual inline pin) IC that is a dual
    opamp. It is a very common part, just ask for a generic 4558 at the
    electronics supplier of your choice. If you've got a bunch of dead
    consumer audio stuff in your junk heap, anything from a boom box to a CD
    player will be likely to have one that you can pull.

    Regards,
    Tim Schwartz
    Bristol Electronics
     
  3. Asimov

    Asimov Guest

    "Con Saris" bravely wrote to "All" (09 Sep 04 08:01:19)
    --- on the heady topic of "IC Supplier?"

    CS> From: "Con Saris" <>
    CS> I have a Peavy Bass System amp Model: xminx 110 in for repairs. I
    CS> need to find a supplier, in Australia, for an IC type: RC 4558 P. Can
    CS> anybody help me?
    CS> Thanks in advance

    Any generic 4558 should do...

    A*s*i*m*o*v

    .... Integrated Circuit (n): a device used to protect fuses.
     
  4. Franc Zabkar

    Franc Zabkar Guest

    IIRC, an LM358 should substitute OK. Otherwise WES Components (Sydney)
    have the KA4558.


    - Franc Zabkar
     
  5. Con Saris

    Con Saris Guest

    Thanks to all who replied.Will try WES as I have an account there. Let you
    know how I go.
    Regards
    CON
     
  6. L. Fiar

    L. Fiar Guest

    There are two versions of the 4558.
    I believe the P package mentioned will be the 8 pin DIP, but
    there is also the "S" package:
    _______________________________________________
    / 4558 S |
    / |--------+------------------------------| |
    | | | | |
    | | |/| |\| |
    | | /+|-------| |------|+| |
    | | |-< | | | | >-| |
    | | | \-|-| | gnd | |-|-/ | |
    | | | \| | | ___ | | |/ | |
    | | | | | | | | | |
    --------------------------------------------------
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

    created by Andy´s ASCII-Circuit v1.24.140803 Beta www.tech-chat.de


    Regards.
    LF.
     
  7. JURB6006

    JURB6006 Guest

    HI;

    Please don't take this personally, but those ASCII schematics are lame. I have
    never seen one work right, the one you did was about as close as it has come.

    If there is some program that can view these things right I'd really like to
    know about it.

    JURB
     
  8. NSM

    NSM Guest

    | HI;
    |
    | Please don't take this personally, but those ASCII schematics are lame. I
    have
    | never seen one work right, the one you did was about as close as it has
    come.
    |
    | If there is some program that can view these things right I'd really like
    to
    | know about it.

    Works great. With Outlook Express, just set the newsreader fonts to fixed
    pitch - I use Courier New for both.

    N
     
  9. Con Saris

    Con Saris Guest

    Thanks to all that replied. The generic 4558 did do perfectly. Thanks again
    Con
     
  10. L. Fiar

    L. Fiar Guest

    I often find the same. There is a limit to what can be shown
    reasonably using ASCII characters, specially when dealing with the
    limited width of these text messages.
    It's a bit of a bummer if it wraps part of the drawing.

    But, it can be quicker than searching for a link to a diagram or
    drawing one and uploading it to a site. I have noticed some
    references to binary groups, but they do not all appear on my
    server.
    I find that OE displays ASCII drawings quite well, if you
    use the correct font.


    Regards.
     
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