#1
can one of the many electrical gurus on here point me towards the correct pots to use on here http://www.rshelectronics.co.uk/potentiometerindex.htm I need to know what pots i can use as just like normal ones, and then if any of them are trimpots which i can use?

thanks
#3
you could always just go to radio shack or something
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#4
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For pots: http://www.rshelectronics.co.uk/16mmpots.htm

None are trim pots. Why are you ordering from there?


because i live in the UK and thats the cheapest place i can find, please do tell me if you can find somewhere cheaper!

actually, what was that site we were talking about the other day? i've forgotten it and i wasn't on this PC while i was looking at it.
#5
ummm. www.goldmine-elec-products.com ? www.futurlec.com ? Dont order from futurlec though, I realized a lot of people have problems with them shipping extremely slow, but they ship everywhere.
#6
the thing is though, from the US shipping will end up more than the parts in the end probably, and when you use pounds, its dumb to start having to pay in dollars etc.
#7
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the thing is though, from the US shipping will end up more than the parts in the end probably, and when you use pounds, its dumb to start having to pay in dollars etc.


No not really. Futurlec has places around the globe. Their US place is in New York, but that place doesnt have parts, its an office. They are shipping my parts from Australia and shipping is only like $4.