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i understand the basic theory, and how they work to some degree. here is a decent link: http://

they are out of production, correct?

what are the most sought after chips? i am guessing NOS phillips, but i am unsure.

what chips are the most versatile.

i do not know much more. thanks in advanced for responses. if you have a good link, i would appreciate that too!
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#2
"Bucket brigade" is more a style of circuit than anything, and it really only applies to delays. I don't think specific chips are really that important.
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#3
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i understand the basic theory, and how they work to some degree. here is a decent link: http://

they are out of production, correct?

what are the most sought after chips? i am guessing NOS phillips, but i am unsure.

what chips are the most versatile.

i do not know much more. thanks in advanced for responses. if you have a good link, i would appreciate that too!

http://www.analogindustries.com/b202/

its an old link, but they can still be found
also this:
http://buildyourownclone.com/products/analogdelay
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