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Re: Tayda Electronics

Postby Seiche » 19 Jul 2012, 23:55

yeah they take (seemingly) forever, but their prices are unbeatable. I haven't had a bad experience. Though when that shit arrives I don't really remember what I ordererd, or what I wanted to build with it :oops:
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Re: Tayda Electronics

Postby marmaliser » 20 Jul 2012, 08:49

From Face Book
12% Discount Coupon Code : 999111
Valid till 23 July 2012 ( 1pm New York time )
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Re: Tayda Electronics

Postby telecaster » 20 Jul 2012, 13:29

I have no complaints about tayda. Better pedal parts selection than futurlec and faster shipping.

Off topic, has anyone tried the 1n34a yet, are they real?
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Re: Tayda Electronics

Postby .Mike » 20 Jul 2012, 14:19

marmaliser wrote:From Face Book


I love that they do coupon codes, but I hate that they only post them to Facebook. I, along with millions of other people, have no desire even to visit Facebook, let alone sign up with them. They used to send them through email.

So.... for those of us who don't do the Facebook thing, I figured out how to get Tayda's updates via RSS:

http://www.facebook.com/feeds/page.php? ... 7868487201

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Re: Tayda Electronics

Postby Sadcadaver » 21 Jul 2012, 05:41

Concerning the 1n34a'a, somebody posted this to their facebook site.

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Re: Tayda Electronics

Postby pulentboy » 23 Jul 2012, 03:59

I've bought 1n60p from them before and this time i ordered some 1n34, they both don't look like the glass germanium diodes that i've found on SB, aside from that they do mark 0,3 v when tested. Soundwise i haven't made a comparison to check for differences...i hope this helps.
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Re: Tayda Electronics

Postby Seiche » 23 Jul 2012, 05:30

they posted on facebook they have 1n34a in stock now, don't know if that means the strange ones are in stock again or if they have real ones now.
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Re: Tayda Electronics

Postby Mugshot » 24 Jul 2012, 02:34

what's wrong with tayda? ive sent them 3 emails already and message them thru their FB account, but all i got was nothing. not a single response, nada. :scratch: :hmmm: :whappen:
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considering the low quality of the transistors and caps

Are Asian electrons inferior to American electrons?
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Re: Tayda Electronics

Postby Mugshot » 25 Jul 2012, 03:35

update; got an FB message from them. ive gotten impatient already :lol: i hope my order arrives soon.
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Re: Tayda Electronics

Postby DuctTapeRiot » 25 Jul 2012, 20:47

Will have to look for the thread later, but I just read a whole thingabout how the odd looking 1N34a from Tayda are not germanium, they are Si work-a-like for the older germ 1N34a
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Re: Tayda Electronics

Postby telecaster » 25 Jul 2012, 21:45

The do-7 package 1n34 they carry now should be glass according to the data sheet. I ordered a two of them to see. I'll know in a couple of weeks.
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Re: Tayda Electronics

Postby atreidesheir » 26 Jul 2012, 00:30

pulentboy wrote:I've bought 1n60p from them before and this time i ordered some 1n34, they both don't look like the glass germanium diodes that i've found on SB, aside from that they do mark 0,3 v when tested. Soundwise i haven't made a comparison to check for differences...i hope this helps.

same here. 1n60p is not germanium I think, but sounds fine.
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Re: Tayda Electronics

Postby rocklander » 26 Jul 2012, 22:16

rocklander wrote:I made an order (to NZ) 2 days ago... will update on delivery date.. :block:

so..l ordered (pots, opamps, sockets) 20120718, arrived 20120727... 2 weeks is about average so 9 days is fine by me.. not the fastest they've been but still well faster than many ebay purchases I make.
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Re: Tayda Electronics

Postby Seiche » 26 Jul 2012, 23:23

rocklander wrote:20120718
20120727

da fuk is that?
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Re: Tayda Electronics

Postby rocklander » 26 Jul 2012, 23:32

Seiche wrote:
rocklander wrote:20120718
20120727

da fuk is that?

yyyymmdd :block:

works good for file naming conventions cos then alphabetical=chronological yyyymmddMMSS etc...
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Re: Tayda Electronics

Postby Seiche » 26 Jul 2012, 23:37

yeah I understand, we just do it the right way
ddmmyyyyMMSS
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Re: Tayda Electronics

Postby asatbluesboy » 26 Jul 2012, 23:47

Seiche wrote:yeah I understand, we just do it the right way
ddmmyyyyMMSS
Only this way (for files) will have all January firsts together and so on. Quite annoying, but I can't convince my wife to do otherwise--she thinks my way is complicated... :roll:
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Re: Tayda Electronics

Postby BaldPaul » 26 Jul 2012, 23:53

Just got in some 1n34a from Tayda and another supplier I saw on E-bay called Yoyo.
After posting my positive comments about Tayda on this thread I saw the posts about these diodes being odd so......... I ordered an option off the bay just in case.
As to the long shipping times, I expect it from China but Tayda seems slooooow compared to others.
The Yoyo brand came from the UK and arrived within a day of the Taydas. Which were ordered a week earlier.
The Tayda ones are very different from any I've seen before.
Tayda on left and Yoyo on right. The Yoyo Part # is 681325.
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Re: Tayda Electronics

Postby asatbluesboy » 26 Jul 2012, 23:56

The Tayda one does look weird. The Joyo looks like the 1N270s I got from Small Bear, which concurs to their being legit Germs.
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Re: Tayda Electronics

Postby rocklander » 27 Jul 2012, 00:29

Seiche wrote:yeah I understand, we just do it the right way
ddmmyyyyMMSS

'right'?
3rd largest unit/2nd largest unit/largest unit/4th largest unit/5th largest unit.. :hmmm:

my way
largest/2nd largest/3rd largest .. etc. etc.


and.. as I said... works good for file naming conventions cos then alphabetical=chronological yyyymmddMMSS etc... if you name it your way then a file listed that was made in january 2011 will come before one in february 2012 :blackeye
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