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Cricklewood Electronics went under the name of “Marshall’s” (of Edgware) up to about a decade or so ago.
If you can’t get it at Marshall's it doesn’t exist. At least that’s been my experience. If it wasn’t in stock they would get it.
Marshall’s never failed me for: Transistors, Diodes or Capacitors Etc. since taking up the hobby in 1970. It was in the late 50s I first heard of the transistor that was going to make the “Radio Valve” obsolete.
During the great GPO Strike of 1971.
I was making my first Dual purpose Stereo 30W per channel amplifier “PE Gemini”. Stereo’s were just coming on the market then and what a price for a fiddly 5W Per Channel Stereo Amp. Every manufacturer were getting on the Bandwagon.
After a few niggerly problems it worked perfectly. So goog that I took it to my daughters School Fete. Played records and used it as a public address system. So loud the neighbours requested to the Head Mistress it be turned down.
Still haves component lists and building instructions.
PE (“Practical Electronics”) Nov 1970 to March 1971.
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