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Tech Corner => Resistors => Topic started by: Tuyen on March 22, 2014, 09:53:27 AM

Title: Studio Zy resistors
Post by: Tuyen on March 22, 2014, 09:53:27 AM
Interesting...

http://studiozey.com/zeyresistor/index.html (http://studiozey.com/zeyresistor/index.html)

Or his 'Invistor'. Even more interesting...

http://studiozey.com/invisistor/index.html (http://studiozey.com/invisistor/index.html)

Could be interesting to try as IV.
Title: Re: Studio Zy resistors
Post by: stevenvalve on March 22, 2014, 01:34:15 PM
Interesting...

http://studiozey.com/zeyresistor/index.html (http://studiozey.com/zeyresistor/index.html)

Or his 'Invistor'. Even more interesting...

http://studiozey.com/invisistor/index.html (http://studiozey.com/invisistor/index.html)

Could be interesting to try as IV.
Amazing looking resistor's, but the price. Who will take the plunge.
Title: Re: Studio Zy resistors
Post by: hedalfa on March 22, 2014, 05:57:10 PM
Did you note the precautions, they may smoke and catch fire given there construction. Need to be careful how they are used, maybe we can use some for William nexts barbeque as fire starters. :o
Title: Re: Studio Zy resistors
Post by: skc on March 22, 2014, 06:36:21 PM
Clearly what I need to use in my new Seiden 23 position ladder attenuator; wonder if they do a discount for 88 of them? :)
Title: Re: Studio Zy resistors
Post by: gamve on March 22, 2014, 06:36:37 PM
Did you note the precautions, they may smoke and catch fire given there construction. Need to be careful how they are used, maybe we can use some for William nexts barbeque as fire starters. :o

"they may smoke and catch fire given there construction"

Is this if they object to the music being played. Do they self combust once a (c)rap tune is played. hahahahah
Title: Re: Studio Zy resistors
Post by: vitavoxdude on July 30, 2014, 01:12:58 AM
Tuyen, did you ever order some of these special resistors?
Title: Re: Studio Zy resistors
Post by: Tuyen on July 30, 2014, 04:20:15 PM
Nup, passed on the idea.  Ended up sticking with 2W shinkoh tantalums  for I/V conversion.  They were a 'safer' option and was able to take advantage of 30% sale at PartsConnexion :)
Title: Re: Studio Zy resistors
Post by: vitavoxdude on August 18, 2014, 01:36:47 PM
OH well, if the most adventurous of members sticks to the safe route then little chance of any other forum members trying them :(