Anyone know a source for SRAM?

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Thought this might be a good place to ask since alot of synthesisers use
them to store patches..

TIA

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On Mon, 14 Feb 2005 23:24:17 -0000, "Beauchampy"
<paulbeauchampREMOVETHIS@f2s.com> wrote:

>Thought this might be a good place to ask since alot of synthesisers use
>them to store patches..

SRAM is a pretty generic term. What part numbers? How long since it
was manufactured or in common use? There's been a lot of different
SRAM's made over the past two or three decades, as well as a lot of
different synthesizers.
There are sources such as digikey.com though they won't have
anything that's not currently manufactured. There may be surplus
places that do have NOS, but it would be hit-and-miss unless you find
one that specializes in old semiconductors. Google on the part number
and see what comes up.

>TIA
>
>Beauchampy
>

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For trying to find SRAM, but you didn't give info on its size, spec and ref
No,
try a used components /memory chip dealer at a computer fair near you who
must have some left-overs or knows of somebody who did/does.
Jim

"Ben Bradley" <ben_nospam_bradley@frontiernet.net> wrote in message
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> On Mon, 14 Feb 2005 23:24:17 -0000, "Beauchampy"
> <paulbeauchampREMOVETHIS@f2s.com> wrote:
>
>>Thought this might be a good place to ask since alot of synthesisers use
>>them to store patches..
>
> SRAM is a pretty generic term. What part numbers? How long since it
> was manufactured or in common use? There's been a lot of different
> SRAM's made over the past two or three decades, as well as a lot of
> different synthesizers.
> There are sources such as digikey.com though they won't have
> anything that's not currently manufactured. There may be surplus
> places that do have NOS, but it would be hit-and-miss unless you find
> one that specializes in old semiconductors. Google on the part number
> and see what comes up.
>
>>TIA
>>
>>Beauchampy
>>
>
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