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CEM3328?

Computer Controlled
Other than the Mirage sampler, what all else uses these?  Are these in demand at all? I might be able to get a set of 8 pulled from a Mirage.  But i have no use for them, as i originally thought the Mirage had the 3320s in them. 

-Larry
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Re: CEM3328?

Doug Terrebonne
If they did have 3320s they'd be going for $300-400 instead of $100. CEM3328s were also used in some Bit 01/99/Ones - 

Doug


On Aug 30, 2010, at 10:40 PM, Computer Controlled <[hidden email]> wrote:

Other than the Mirage sampler, what all else uses these?  Are these in demand at all? I might be able to get a set of 8 pulled from a Mirage.  But i have no use for them, as i originally thought the Mirage had the 3320s in them. 

-Larry
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Re: CEM3328?

Computer Controlled
I'm guessing these aren't drop in replaceable either eh?  They ARE a low pass only version of the 3320.  But i'm sure it isn't that easy =o/

Guess i can't really use the 28s then.  Bummer.



On Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 11:44 PM, Doug <[hidden email]> wrote:
If they did have 3320s they'd be going for $300-400 instead of $100. CEM3328s were also used in some Bit 01/99/Ones - 

Doug


On Aug 30, 2010, at 10:40 PM, Computer Controlled <[hidden email]> wrote:

Other than the Mirage sampler, what all else uses these?  Are these in demand at all? I might be able to get a set of 8 pulled from a Mirage.  But i have no use for them, as i originally thought the Mirage had the 3320s in them. 

-Larry

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Re: CEM3328?

Doug Terrebonne
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No they aren't even the same # of pins. The 3328 doesn't have the 2-pole mode like the 3320 either, it's just 4-pole. You could still make a nice DIY LPF with it tho...

Doug

On Aug 30, 2010, at 11:53 PM, Computer Controlled <[hidden email]> wrote:

I'm guessing these aren't drop in replaceable either eh?  They ARE a low pass only version of the 3320.  But i'm sure it isn't that easy =o/

Guess i can't really use the 28s then.  Bummer.



On Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 11:44 PM, Doug <[hidden email]> wrote:
If they did have 3320s they'd be going for $300-400 instead of $100. CEM3328s were also used in some Bit 01/99/Ones - 

Doug


On Aug 30, 2010, at 10:40 PM, Computer Controlled <[hidden email]> wrote:

Other than the Mirage sampler, what all else uses these?  Are these in demand at all? I might be able to get a set of 8 pulled from a Mirage.  But i have no use for them, as i originally thought the Mirage had the 3320s in them. 

-Larry

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Re: CEM3328?

Sam Mims
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Besides the Bit One family, the 3328's were also used in the Ensoniq ESQ-1, SQ-80, and Sampled Digital Piano, and the Oberheim Prommer.

Sam Mims
Syntaur Productions
www.syntaur.com



On Mon, 30 Aug 2010 22:40:21 -0700, Computer Controlled wrote:
Other than the Mirage sampler, what all else uses these?  Are these in demand at all? I might be able to get a set of 8 pulled from a Mirage.  But i have no use for them, as i originally thought the Mirage had the 3320s in them. 

-Larry
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Re: CEM3328?

Vco3
HI the esq-1 and sq80 use the cem 3379 not the 3328..  cya analog-jeff




-----Original Message-----
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To: AH <[hidden email]>; Computer Controlled <[hidden email]>
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Subject: Re: [AH] CEM3328?

Besides the Bit One family, the 3328's were also used in the Ensoniq ESQ-1, SQ-80, and Sampled Digital Piano, and the Oberheim Prommer.

Sam Mims
Syntaur Productions
www.syntaur.com



On Mon, 30 Aug 2010 22:40:21 -0700, Computer Controlled wrote:
Other than the Mirage sampler, what all else uses these?  Are these in demand at all? I might be able to get a set of 8 pulled from a Mirage.  But i have no use for them, as i originally thought the Mirage had the 3320s in them. 

-Larry
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Re: CEM3328?

Kerry  Bradley
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Oberheim DXa (the one with midi) uses the 3328

Earlier non-midi DX's use 3320 as does the DMX (and LinnDrum, later LM-1s, all Drumtraks)


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Sent: Aug 31, 2010 10:24 AM
To: [hidden email], Vco3
Subject: Re: [AH] CEM3328?

Yikes!  You are right, analog-jeff - it's 3379's for the ESQ-1 and SQ-80.  The Sampled Digital Piano does use the 3328.  Sorry for the bad information!

Sam Mims
Syntaur Productions
www.syntaur.com



On Tue, 31 Aug 2010 10:10:12 -0400, Vco3 wrote:
HI the esq-1 and sq80 use the cem 3379 not the 3328..  cya analog-jeff
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From: [hidden email]
To: AH <[hidden email]>; Computer Controlled <[hidden email]>
Sent: Tue, Aug 31, 2010 9:57 am
Subject: Re: [AH] CEM3328?

Besides the Bit One family, the 3328's were also used in the Ensoniq ESQ-1, SQ-80, and Sampled Digital Piano, and the Oberheim Prommer.

Sam Mims
Syntaur Productions
www.syntaur.com



On Mon, 30 Aug 2010 22:40:21 -0700, Computer Controlled wrote:
Other than the Mirage sampler, what all else uses these?  Are these in demand at all? I might be able to get a set of 8 pulled from a Mirage.  But i have no use for them, as i originally thought the Mirage had the 3320s in them. 

-Larry
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Re: CEM3328?

Sam Mims
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Yikes!  You are right, analog-jeff - it's 3379's for the ESQ-1 and SQ-80.  The Sampled Digital Piano does use the 3328.  Sorry for the bad information!

Sam Mims
Syntaur Productions
www.syntaur.com



On Tue, 31 Aug 2010 10:10:12 -0400, Vco3 wrote:
HI the esq-1 and sq80 use the cem 3379 not the 3328..  cya analog-jeff
-----Original Message-----
From: [hidden email]
To: AH <[hidden email]>; Computer Controlled <[hidden email]>
Sent: Tue, Aug 31, 2010 9:57 am
Subject: Re: [AH] CEM3328?

Besides the Bit One family, the 3328's were also used in the Ensoniq ESQ-1, SQ-80, and Sampled Digital Piano, and the Oberheim Prommer.

Sam Mims
Syntaur Productions
www.syntaur.com



On Mon, 30 Aug 2010 22:40:21 -0700, Computer Controlled wrote:
Other than the Mirage sampler, what all else uses these?  Are these in demand at all? I might be able to get a set of 8 pulled from a Mirage.  But i have no use for them, as i originally thought the Mirage had the 3320s in them. 

-Larry
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Re: CEM3328?

James Husted
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Very simple circuit to make a 24db/oct Low pass with them - I was looking a while back since I have 3 Mirages and sooner or later one will crash and I will need a project to use those chips. I found a few schemos on the net and the data sheets. Looked pretty easy cause all the buffering is on chip. Very low external parts count is why they were used on the Mirage.  A Quote from the electronic Druid DIY site "The CEM equivalent of the SSM2044 is probably the CEM3328, which is basically the same as the 3320, but wired up as a dedicated lowpass filter, thereby saving a few pins." 

Data Sheet:

Video of DIY module:

And a thread on Eltro-music.com that has a schemo or a module (he added more buffers to protect the chip):


On Aug 30, 2010, at 10:40 PM, Computer Controlled wrote:

Other than the Mirage sampler, what all else uses these?  Are these in demand at all? I might be able to get a set of 8 pulled from a Mirage.  But i have no use for them, as i originally thought the Mirage had the 3320s in them. 

-Larry

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Re: CEM3328?

Senso
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You can add the Crumar Stratus to the list.

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Re: CEM3328?

David Moylan
Don't think so.  Stratus and Trilogy use CEM3310, CEM3320, CEM3330.

Dave

Senso wrote:
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> You can add the Crumar Stratus to the list.
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Re: CEM3328?

Senso
I stand corrected. I actually meant the Spirit. (3328, 3340 and 3360)

>Don't think so.  Stratus and Trilogy use CEM3310, CEM3320, CEM3330.
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>Dave
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>Senso wrote:
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>>You can add the Crumar Stratus to the list.


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Re: CEM3328?

Computer Controlled
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The Spirit uses the 3350 VCF.



On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 4:12 PM, Senso <[hidden email]> wrote:
I stand corrected. I actually meant the Spirit. (3328, 3340 and 3360)


Don't think so.  Stratus and Trilogy use CEM3310, CEM3320, CEM3330.

Dave

Senso wrote:

You can add the Crumar Stratus to the list.


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Re: CEM3328?

Vco3
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HI the spirit uses the 3350/// cya analog-jeff




-----Original Message-----
From: Senso <[hidden email]>
To: David Moylan <[hidden email]>
Cc: AH <[hidden email]>
Sent: Tue, Aug 31, 2010 7:12 pm
Subject: Re: [AH] CEM3328?

I stand corrected. I actually meant the Spirit. (3328, 3340 and 3360) 
 
>Don't think so. Stratus and Trilogy use CEM3310, CEM3320, CEM3330. 

>Dave 

>Senso wrote: 
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>>You can add the Crumar Stratus to the list. 
 
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Re: CEM3328?

Senso
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Re: [AH] CEM3328?
Auch! This is becoming painful.
I have to find a method to avoid stepping on my dick in public. :-(
Like redoing my homework for starters.


The Spirit uses the 3350 VCF.

On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 4:12 PM, Senso <[hidden email]> wrote:
I stand corrected. I actually meant the Spirit. (3328, 3340 and 3360)


Don't think so.  Stratus and Trilogy use CEM3310, CEM3320, CEM3330.

Dave

Senso wrote:

You can add the Crumar Stratus to the list.

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