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iolli

Hello everyone.
Does somebody knows where some of the major musical instrument manufacturing companies for keyboards and midi controllers like 
moog, clavia, access, native-instruments, dave smith instruments, novation, m-audio, akai pro, axiom, alesis, roland, yamaha, korg and so on...
buy their electronic based "hardware" components like:
digital/analog potis, leds, lcds, boards, keyboards and so on?
Are there some well known companies that produces hight quality components?
If I search on the web for potis, I get a billion offers...
Thank you!

CrossRoads

Designing & building electrical circuits for over 25 years.  Screw Shield for Mega/Due/Uno,  Bobuino with ATMega1284P, & other '328P & '1284P creations & offerings at  my website.

Paul__B


If I search on the web for potis, I get a billion offers...


99.9% total garbage (spam) in fact, thoroughly wasting your time and making it virtually impossible to find genuine ones.

That's the "Web" for you!

I wish Google would/ could get rid of all the bogus "parts finders" with no actual information, from their searches.

Chagrin

"potis" = potentiometers? Bourns manufactures a large number of pro audio potentiometers.

circuit_spider

I use taydaelectronics.com for most of my parts sourcing needs... They even have cheap stacking headers (12-22ยข each) Definitely the place to go if you are making guitar pedals and the like. Their stomp switches are cheap, but sturdy.  8)


Other than using them, I am not in any way affiliated with them ;)

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