[sdiy] Is anyone familiar with "scientific-community"? (Ebay)
grant at musictechnologiesgroup.com
Tue Dec 27 19:03:19 CET 2016
I both sell and trade ROMs, as the OP is aware. There are so many people
asking questions and looking for service help that I don't feel bad at
all about charging. Not over-charging of course. Every once in a while
someone takes a jab at me for having the gall to sell something that I
didn't originally create, but more often are the thankful synth owners
happy to get their gear up and running again. And I always encourage
people to get their own programmers even though it means investing time
in acquiring the blanks, getting an eraser, making sure the ROMs meet
the original specs for speed and word format, etc.
On 12/27/2016 9:13 AM, Tom Bugs wrote:
> Without adding anything to the original question - I disagree with the
> statement that this is a rip-off.
> Business offering a service - nothing untoward with that.
> Having a quick look - there are some single eeproms from under $20. $60
> may get you a four chip set - all seems to depend on the number of chips
> and possibly the particular chip variety.
> If you can do it yourself (or have a suitable friend) then, sure, you
> may be able to do it cheaper - though it'll take you some time, so
> depends how you value your time.
> Personally, I may sometime need an eeprom for a lexicon rack and, while
> I'm somewhat tempted to invest the time & money on getting myself to a
> point where I can DImYself, the asking price does not strike me as
> Sorry for the blah blah..
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