[sdiy] Is anyone familiar with "scientific-community"? (Ebay)

random variate randomvariate at hotmail.co.uk
Tue Dec 27 11:15:42 CET 2016

I bought ROMs from that seller many years ago (before I bought an EPROM programmer and learnt how burn the various chip types).

No issues with the purchases, and good aftercare.


From: Jarno Verhoeven at ziggo.nl<mailto:jarno.verhoeven at ziggo.nl>
Sent: ‎27/‎12/‎2016 09:23
To: Synth DIY<mailto:synth-diy at synth-diy.org>
Subject: Re: [sdiy] Is anyone familiar with "scientific-community"? (Ebay)

Hi Dave,

Did you check http://toolhaus.org/ ? You can plug in the sellers id and see negative / neutral feedback



Op 27 december 2016 om 1:33 schreef Dave Garfield <daveogarf at yahoo.com>:

Hi, DIYers!

Found a ROM OS replacement for my Roland JD-990 on Ebay, and they're offering a version 1.05 for $39.95.

Has anyone dealt with scientific-community before?  Looking for a recommendation, or at least an "all clear".  They seem to sell the latest OSes for many of our favorite classic synths.

Thank you in advance for any information, testimony, etc. on scientific-community.  There are other ROM fish in the Sea of Ebay, so they don't have a Monopoly (Korg joke) on ROMs.

Have a terrific New Year, everyone!

Dave Garfield - Colorado, USA

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