For Sale New Old Stock Transistors, I.C, Capacitors

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  1. george0039

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    Hello
    I was just wondering if there was a market interest here for Old Unused stock of Transistors and Capacitors? I had a consumer electronics repair business and saved the stock when I closed the shop.

    I have multiples of Transistors, Capacitors that I would like to sell off in 5++ quantities. They have NEVER been used. Original storage dust included.

    I would like to sell ALL at ounce, will consider any Good offers BUT shipping is extra OR local pickup is o.k also. I have paypal as well.

    New Old Stock Sale

    AN5521 --- 9

    AN5512 --- 2

    AN5515 --- 7

    AN3994K --- 1

    CXA1594L --- 1

    BA6209 ---- 11

    BA6222 ---- 1

    LA6510 ---- 1

    LA7837 ---- 6

    LA7838 ---- 18

    LA4282 ---- 1

    LA7831 ---- 1

    LA4260 ---- 1

    STK7253 --- 1

    STK5471 --- 1

    STK5464 --- 2

    STK5431ST --- 1

    STR30125 --- 1

    STR30123 --- 1

    STR30115 --- 1

    STR30120 --- 1

    2SA1015 --- 2

    2SA1306 --- 1

    2SA1102 --- 1

    2SA1491 --- 1

    2SA1095 --- 3

    2SA916 ---- 4

    2SA1013 --- 3

    2SA984 --- 1

    2SA929 --- 7

    2SB1287 --- 3

    2SB1185-ECG378 --- 2

    2SC536 --- 1

    2SC3298 --- 2

    2SC2310 ---- 1

    2SC2383 --- 1

    2SC1061 --- 4

    2SC4927 --- 1

    2SC2565 --- 3

    2SC1740 --- 1

    2SC1815 --- 144

    2SC4424 --- 1

    2SC3619 --- 3

    2SC1941 --- 4

    2SC2068 --- 3

    2SC4130 --- 2

    2SD427-0 --- 1

    2SD2012 --- 1

    2SD1887 --- 2

    2SD1555 --- 1

    2SD1764 --- 3

    2N3773 ---- 6

    2N4125 ---- 2

    2N4401 ---- 8

    2N3904 --- 1

    NTE159 --- 5

    ECG2300 --- 1

    TA8405S --- 1

    UPC1498H --- 1

    ECG987 --- 1

    UPD1721CT-513 ---- 1

    STV1379/KV28WT91M --- 1

    XRA6209 ---- 1

    M5464AL --- 1

    UPC1094C --- 2

    TA8427K --- 2

    TA8432K --- 4

    TA8200AH --- 1

    M54647L --- 1

    TA7291S ---- 5

    ROM8667 --- 2

    ROM8789 --- 1

    ROM8740 --- 1

    ROM7715 --- 1

    ROMB77BF/24C82N --- 1

    ROMH2T405 --- 1

    ROM90C823 --- 1

    STRM6542A --- 1

    ECG778A --- 1

    BA6459PI --- 1

    2SK1691 ---- 1

    NTE144A ---- 2

    5.6V/1W RECTIFIER --- 8

    NTE5015A --- 1

    NTE5023A --- 1

    143806 --- 2

    2A/600V BRIDGE RECTIFIER ---- 2

    MPA100 --- 1

    ALL CAPACITORS ELECTROLYTIC/RADIAL and as Small physically can be bought


    10uF/160V --- 82

    10uF/250V --- 7

    47uF/350V --- 9

    47uF/315V --- 4

    47uF/160V --- 7

    47uF/200V --- 1

    47uF/100V --- 4

    47uF/16V --- 1

    1uF/250V --- 75

    1uF/160V --- 19

    220uF/6.3V --- 1

    220uF/50V --- 9

    220uF/63V --- 3

    220uF/50V --- 2

    100uF/160V --- 27

    33uF/160V ---- 17

    4.7uF/200V --- 10

    4.7uF/35V --- 4

    3.3uF/160V --- 15

    3.3uF/50V --- 3

    2.2uF/350V --- 3

    22uF/350V --- 8

    22uF/50V ---- 7

    22uF/35V ---- 1

    10uF/350V --- 1

    10uF/100V --- 2

    470uF/250V --- 3

    470uF/200V --- 1

    3.3uF/250V --- 3

    33uF/350V --- 10

    330uF/100V --- 11

    330uF/50V --- 18

    4700uF/25V --- 2

    22uF/50V N.P ---- 3 (N.P -- NON POLARISED)

    33uF/350V --- 3

    33uF/25V --- 1

    33uF/160V ---- 8

    33uF/35V ---- 17

    47uF/50V --- 12

    47uF/16V --- 14

    1uF/50V --- 14

    1uF/100V ---- 24

    1uF/63V --- 1

    10uF/35V --- 10

    10uF/160V --- 23

    0.47uF/50V --- 9

    100uF/160V --- 1

    100uF/250V --- 3

    680uF/250V --- 7


    There are some used I.C and Capacitors that have been tested and stored as well for stock that will be included here as well BUT NOT charged.
     
  2. Dr.killjoy

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    I would love to buy it all and keep my education going but I have no money or job ... Sorry but good luck with the sale...


    Jay Sr
     
  3. #12

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    You posted it. People will see it. Just wait until somebody announces they have money. ;)
     
  4. studiot

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    Money? What's that?

    I seem to remember the lecture in college when they told us we would have lots, after we graduated.

    They lied.
     
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  5. george0039

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    Oct 15, 2008
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    Hello Again

    I am willing to consider any fair offers, would like to sell the lot.

    George
     
  6. E.W.A.

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    Very VERY new to the hobby so at this point I have no real knowledge or experience basis for evaluating the value of the items described. Throw out a fair price and I will consider…….Currently, today my interest is in tinkering, mostly with old radios and old solid state devices.
     
  7. george0039

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    Hi E.W.A
    O.k, here is my price. For ALL the I.C.`s, Transistors, factoring in the cheep little transistors, $225.00 and ALL the Capacitors for free BUT you pay the shipping extra.

    Let me know

    George
     
  8. GopherT

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    George, $225 is a crazy number.

    Of your ICs and transistors, the collection is really valueless. First, you have one or two or three pieces of most. The only parts that you have in any significant quantity are an LA7813 (a part for CRTs) and 144 pieces of a small signal transistor that is nearly the same as a 2N3904 that sells for pennies each - so less than $5 for that part.

    EDIT: the 2SC1815 is available for $0.03 from tayda.com

    The other Transistors are easily replaced with other common, low cost parts. If they are not easily replaced, then they must be pretty special so I don't think someone will buy your whole collection for one part.

    Likewise, the ICs are not common part numbers and, if you have found any with high prices, then I suggest you sell them separately.

    I can buy quite a nice collection of parts that I plan to use at digikey or any other supplier for $225.

    Just thought you needed a reality check.

    Interestingly, you might want to sell the capacitor collection and give away the transistors/ICs instead of your current offer that is the inverse. Either way, I doubt you will see offers in excess of a few dollars.
     
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  9. george0039

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    Hi Gopher T

    Firstly, Thanks for your opinion. Also, I would like to ask you since your up on ALL the prices of my parts, how much would you ask for ALL the parts I have listed above. Take into account that I am in Canada and I bought these from the U.S which has a higher exchange rate and shipping cost as well as the fact that I went through ebay to price these and I still priced mine less then ebay`s offerings without their shipping and import charges added on top.

    Feel free to imply something to me without giving a realistic value in your posting.

    George
     
  10. GopherT

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    Well, taking into account that you paid to have parts moved to Canada and you had an unfavorable exchange rate since purchasing them, I would tell you that the price you paid had nothing to do with how much they are worth. Next, the only way the bundle is going to be worth the value of the sum of the individual parts is if you find someone who NEEDS all of the parts. If, on the more likely other hand, someone just wants to buy the bundle on speculation (the more likely case), then the buyer will discount the value by the percent of parts that they think they will never use and some additional discount factor if they do not plan to use the desirable parts immediately.

    Since you bought the parts, you might want to tell your target market what of electronics projects these would be good for (why you bought them). Maybe there are people out there who plan to do the exact same project(s) that you planned to do. If you did do the project and these are just odd-and-end left overs, then this collection doesn't really help anyone. If you never got around to using the parts and everything is here, then I don't think anyone else will find your project interesting if you didn't find it interesting either.

    There is always a chance that I am wrong, but I think someone may pay 5 to 10% of the price if they are buying on speculation. So, $10 to $30.
     
  11. KJ6EAD

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    See if you can sell the lot to a local electronics surplus store but don't expect to get more than 5%-15% of the retail value (what they can sell them for). The market for TV repair parts is nearly non-existent.
     
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  12. Evil Lurker

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    $10-30 seems a fair price as many of those components are oddballs... if someone were to buy the entire lot it would likely just be for one or two things that are difficult for them to get with the rest of it thrown in just to get rid of everything.
     
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  13. takao21203

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    Some 100 electrolytic capacitors, many high voltage, its difficult without seeing them knowing how many all together, and how old they are.

    Transistors also depend how old, and wrapping if any, sort them for cheap allround kinds, and special expensive ones.

    Same for ICs, sort by function, sell all seperately.

    NOS metal film capacitors are selling on the market maybe $15 to $20 / kg. If you have many of one kind, you can sell them $2/10pcs.

    I dont need it but its worth more than $10, difficult to say without pictures, weight, brand info, and age.

    I'd check ebay first, see if it is commonly sold, ignoring the too expensive offers.

    I bought about 6kg NOS parts recently, mixed lot of metal film capacitors and also large resistors. With shipping and customs charges, it was almost $200.
     
  14. george0039

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    With ALL the replies, it has given me something to think about. I have decided that $50.00 U.S Plus shipping for the entire lot is what I will take. I have paypal also and All I need to know through a PM is your shipping information so I can let you know that.

    So anyone interested, PM.

    Thanks
    George
     
  15. george0039

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    Hello Again

    Well since there is No action yet, how about $40.00 U.S for the Entire lot PLUS shipping?

    George
     
  16. debe

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    Un fortunately time seems to make a lot of parts redundant. I used to repair TVs & VCRs. I literaly dumped 100s of workshop manuals belt kits & other parts as theres no market for them & not worth the aggravation.
     
  17. takao21203

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    Most common parts only cost 1/10 of what they used to cost in the late 1980s.
    T/H parts is normally from less than 1 cent to 3 cents.

    There are only few parts which cost considerably more.

    If you have large bags with NOS parts, you can make circuit kits from them, but if you have many different transistor kinds, its not as easy to sell.

    Its all digital now, SMD, highly mass produced, small SMD parts even costing less than 1 cent.

    These typical TV circuits with high voltage are no longer found, you have inverters for a TFT television, which use totally different parts.
     
  18. george0039

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    ALL Items have been SOLD

    Thanks for watching and your input.
    George
     
  19. studiot

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    Congratulations on your successful sales and thank you for letting us know.
     
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