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That is it! 2SC828

Here is the Datasheet
http://www.electronics-lab.com/forum/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=22239.0;attach=18139

  2SC828  Cross Reference

  2N3710 

  2SC1815 

  2SC182 

  2SC263 

  2SC350 

  2SC373 

  2SC374 

  2SC537 

  2SC640 

  2SC712 

  2SC713 

  2SC733 

  2SC838 

  2SC839 

  2SC926 

  2SC950 

  BC168 

  BC171 

  BC182L 

  BC183 

  BC207 

  BC237 

  BC238 

  BC383 

  BC548 

  C182 

  C263 

  C350 

  C373 

  C374 

  C537 

  C640 

  C712 

  C713 

  C838 

  C839 

  C926 

  C950 

  KT375D 


  2SC828A Cross Reference

  2N2220 

  2N2221 

  2N2222 

  2N3710 

  2SC536 

  2SC644 

  2SC945 

  3DG120B 

  BC167 

  BC182 

  BC182L 

  BC237 

  BC547 

  BC548 

  BC582 

  C536 

  KT375D 

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http://www.datasheetarchive.com/2SC828-datasheet.html

2SC828_PDF.pdf

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Hi Eplanet,
Your "equalizer" circuit is probably just a bass, midrange and treble tone controls circuit with a gain of only 1. It can cut its frequency bands, boost them or leave them flat.
It feeds a power amplifier that feeds a speaker.

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im building a musical doorbell that needs a 2sc828 transistor.  can i replace it using any other transistors?

You hyjacked this thread instead of starting your own thread.
The 2SC828 is an old Japanese transistor. Any low voltage low current transistor will probably work fine like a 2N3904 or a 2N2222.

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You hyjacked this thread instead of starting your own thread.

I was going to split the thread but his post is on topic so it doesn't matter.


im building a musical doorbell that needs a 2sc828 transistor.  can i replace it using any other transistors?

You may get more help if you post the schematic.

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