thrilli wrote:so would this be the a good time for a facepalm or is there any change of these chips being "real" ? ?
that may be the case.Dirk_Hendrik wrote:Other than that I end not to trust:
1)rare and obsolete NOS IC's that have been going obsolete for quite some time
Tall Steve wrote: so counterfeiting doesn't make good business sense.
Dirk_Hendrik wrote:Tall Steve wrote: so counterfeiting doesn't make good business sense.
And how much exactly does it cost to set up a new text in a laser engraving machine and convert TL071's into LM308's? Close to 0. So once thet counterfeiting machine is paid/leased/whatever everything that is ran through it is close to pure profit.
There's very little demand professionally/in large quantities for MN3005's. Almost no self respecting mfr would go that obsolesence route for a new and profitable design. Still there's loads of (suspective) couterfeits available on the bay.
Assuming no counterfeits because the market/sales is/are too small.... I wouldn't count on it. You'll get burned,
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