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BA662

VCA IC

Other names for this product: BA662A, BA662B,
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Description: The Roland 100M Service Manual gives the following pinout:

1 CV1
2 -IN1
3 +IN1
4 Not labeled but appears to be CV2
5 -V
6 OUT1
7 IN2
8 OUT2
9 +V

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Added 2/3/2008 12:15:30 AM by sourcery

Found on another forum, might be interesting: word on the street has always been that the A's are hand selected for their lower dc offset - and the B's make up the rest of the lot. With that in mind you should be careful using the BA662B as the potentionally worse DC offset will most likely be heard as a click at the start of notes. You're probably better off with a good BA6110. The BA662 datasheet is still around so you may want to take a peak at it to confirm.

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Files
ba662img.jpg
   Picture showing the BA662
roland.TB-303.schem-2.gif
   Extract from the TB-303 Service manual with pin configuration for the various IC's used in the TB-30
Links
http://www.subatomicglue.com/x0xl0g
   Comparing BA662A and BA6110 vca chips in the x0xb0x
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x0xb0x
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