[sdiy] More new Alfa chips - CEM3394
pete.hartman at gmail.com
Wed Apr 3 22:15:53 CEST 2019
Their initial round they actually gave away samples, I think the lack of
feedback may have put them off the idea (due to various reasons; mine
hasn't been provided because the projects I wanted to build with them
haven't materialized out of the time for real life and other projects).
That said, you'd think they would be willing to *sell* samples, and I agree
that a MOQ of 25 is a bit much.
On Wed, Apr 3, 2019 at 3:00 PM <paula at synth.net> wrote:
> Indeed, my only problem with them has been their reluctance to
> sell/ship samples.
> When I contacted them they were most insistent I had to buy 25 of
> something, which for development is unrealistic.
> Hopefully they'll improve that.
> On 2019-04-03 18:11, Tom Bugs wrote:
> > I knew the 3394 remake was coming from Alfa - now shipping apparently.
> > (It is actually somewhat improved / changed - AS3394E has 24 pins
> > compared with the old 20pin CEM3394)
> > Interestingly, it seems they've also added details for the CEM3363
> > three Channel VCA --- guess that means it'll be available soon.
> > I don't recall hearing of this in original CEMs. Could be interesting
> > / useful -- though maybe need to check on panning law.
> > Anyways - they're doing good things!
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