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MB-6582 Parts List

Please read the entire construction guide before buying parts or starting to solder anything.

It is important that you understand what options you have for the PSU and sockets before buying parts. Therefore, you should read the MB-6582 Base PCB Construction Guide and decide on the PSU option and sockets you plan to use.

If you are constructing the base PCB, you will require all the parts listed here, with the exception of:

To clarify: Each SID module can have 1 or 2 SIDs, each SID module requires a Core module. So if you have less than 8 SIDs, you only need the ICs in the Core and SID modules you will use. Thus for each Core/SID module you use, you can buy just 1x PIC18F4685 and 2x 74HC595 (plus 3x 74HC595 for DOUT modules to connect to control surface).

However, please buy enough other parts to fully construct all Core and SID modules on the base PCB, including all 8x 74HC595 for the four SID modules, all IC sockets, all other sockets, resistors, capacitors, etc.. Even if you only want to use less than 4 Core and 4 SID modules, you might get more SIDs in future, and you might also have trouble with one Core/SID module combination. Having other Core/SID modules on the PCB will help solve any problems you might have, because you can test the PIC and SID in another Core/SID module. It really is not much extra time or cost to fully construct the PCB and just not buy (leave out) the PICs and SIDs.

For each IC (designators starting with “U”), you will require an IC socket of the same size. Take note that the 28-pin IC socket required for the SIDs come in “narrow” and “wide”. You want the “wide” kind. I used the cheap, “dual-wipe” type, but you could use the more expensive “machined pin” type, which looks a little more professional.

Here is a quick tally of the ICs and IC sockets:

SID828-pin (wide)
PIC18F4685440 pin

Again I remind you to buy all these IC sockets and solder them all to the PCB, even if you don't use them all.

I would also advise people buy an extra set of of 28-pin and 40-pin sockets (of the dual-wipe kind), so you can use an extra IC socket in between the IC and the IC socket on the PCB. This allows easy insertion and removal of the PICs and SIDs while testing, and while constructing you can easily pull out all the PICs and SIDs before doing more soldering! You will want to test one “working” PIC and SID in each socket first, so extra IC sockets makes this easy with no chance of bending pins during testing.

I have listed all headers, some are single in-line (SIL) headers, some are dual row. 18 of the 5-pin single inline (SIL) headers can be replaced with 9 dual inline (DIL) 5-pin headers. (J8, J9, J6_COREx/J7_COREx and J8_COREx/J9_COREx). It is cheaper to get 40-pin headers strips and cut to the sizes required. You probably will not need any connectors for the headers other than one for the LCD (J15_CORE1, 8-pin dual row) which should be an IDC connector (crimps onto ribbon cable). If you are planning to connect analog inputs (i.e. joysticks, sliders, etc.) or connect analog outputs (i.e. CV-controlled external filters, FX units, etc.) then refer to other documentation about these options. FYI, the ports on the Core modules should have identical pinouts to SmashTV's Core PCB.

All the resistors I used on the prototype were metal film 1% tolerance (except 10K resistor networks, I don't know what type they are). But carbon resistors work just as well.

The bypass capacitors and most other capacitors are monolithic (anything else might not fit the PCB). The spacing of non-electrolytic capacitors is 5.08mm (200mil) to better deal with the different sizes.

Trim potentiometers are horizontal type, I think they are pretty standard, they are not the multiturn type.

If none of this is making much sense and you're stuck identifying what parts you need to buy, then you can wait for SmashTV to prepare a complete “parts kit” of the base PCB components, or ask for help on the forum from more experienced MIDIboxers building this PCB, or wait for the step-by-step-with-photos construction guide which I will write as I construct one of the base PCBs myself. However, I encourage everyone to go and read the documentation about each MIDIbox module (Core, SID, DIN, DOUT, BankStick) and how they fit together (i.e. into a MIDIbox SID Synthesizer V2).

Here is the full parts list.

Base PCB

B1Bridge RectifierW04 400V 1.2 AmpOptional: See Note 1
C1Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)2200µF, 16V (or 25V)Optional: See Note 1 and 132200uf.jpg
C2Monolithic Capacitor330nFOptional: See Note 1330nf.jpg
C3Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)2200µF, 16VOptional: See Note 1 and 132200uf.jpg
C4Monolithic Capacitor100nFOptional: See Note 1100nf.jpg
C11Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)10µFOptional: See Note 110uf.jpg
C12Monolithic Capacitor100nFOptional: See Note 1100nf.jpg
C13Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)10µFOptional: See Note 310uf.jpg
C14Monolithic Capacitor100nFOptional: See Note 3100nf.jpg
C16Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C17Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C18Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C19Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C20Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C21Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C22Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C23Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C24Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)100µFBend leads and mount flat against PCB100uf.jpg
J1DIN Socket, 7-Pin-Optional: See Notes 1, 4
J1AHeader, 4-Pin-Optional: See Notes 1, 4
J2Header, 2-Pin-Power LED connects here, uses R81 for current limiting
J3Header, 2-Pin--
J4Header, 4-Pin--
J8Header, 5-Pin-Optional, combine with J9 in 5×2 DIL header
J9Header, 5-Pin-Optional, combine with J8 in 5×2 DIL header
J11Header, 4-Pin, Dual row-Use jumper to select which PIC connects to MIDI Out (for uploading apps)
J12DIN Socket, 5-Pin--
J12AHeader, 3-Pin--
J13DIN Socket, 5-Pin--
J13AHeader, 3-Pin--
J21Stereo Phono Jack with Switch-Optional: See Note 11
J22Stereo Phono Jack with Switch-Optional: See Note 11
J23Stereo Phono Jack with Switch-Optional: See Note 11
J24Stereo Phono Jack with Switch-Optional: See Note 11
J21BHeader, 3-Pin--
J22BHeader, 3-Pin--
J23BHeader, 3-Pin--
J24BHeader, 3-Pin--
J25Header, 2-Pin--
J70Header, 3-Pin--
J71--Bridge for PSU Option
J72--Bridge for PSU Option
J73Header, 2-Pin-Optional: See Note 2
J74Header, 2-Pin-Optional: See Note 2
JD1--Optional: See Note 5
JD2--Optional: See Note 5
JD3--Optional: See Note 5
JD4--Optional: See Note 5
JD5--Optional: See Note 5
JD6--Optional: See Note 5
JD7--Optional: See Note 5
JD8--Optional: See Note 5
JD9--Optional: See Note 5
R7Resistor220 Ohm-220.jpg
R8Resistor220 Ohm-220.jpg
R11Resistor220 Ohm-220.jpg
R30Resistor network (5-pin or 6-pin)10KSee Note 126pnetwork.jpg
R31Resistor network (5-pin or 6-pin)10KSee Note 126pnetwork.jpg
R32Resistor network (5-pin or 6-pin)10KSee Note 126pnetwork.jpg
R33Resistor network (5-pin or 6-pin)10KSee Note 126pnetwork.jpg
R34Resistor network (5-pin or 6-pin)10KSee Note 126pnetwork.jpg
R35Resistor network (5-pin or 6-pin)10KSee Note 126pnetwork.jpg
R36Resistor network (5-pin or 6-pin)10KSee Note 126pnetwork.jpg
R37Resistor network (5-pin or 6-pin)10KSee Note 126pnetwork.jpg
R38Resistor network (5-pin or 6-pin)10KSee Note 126pnetwork.jpg
R39Resistor network (5-pin or 6-pin)10KSee Note 126pnetwork.jpg
R40Resistor220 OhmSolder last, must match LED brightness220.jpg
R41Resistor220 OhmSolder last, must match LED brightness220.jpg
R42Resistor220 OhmSolder last, must match LED brightness220.jpg
R43Resistor220 OhmSolder last, must match LED brightness220.jpg
R44Resistor220 OhmSolder last, must match LED brightness220.jpg
R45Resistor220 OhmSolder last, must match LED brightness220.jpg
R46Resistor220 OhmSolder last, must match LED brightness220.jpg
R47Resistor220 OhmSolder last, must match LED brightness220.jpg
R48Resistor220 OhmSolder last, must match LED brightness220.jpg
R49Resistor220 OhmSolder last, must match LED brightness220.jpg
R50Resistor220 OhmSolder last, must match LED brightness220.jpg
R51Resistor220 OhmSolder last, must match LED brightness220.jpg
R52Resistor220 OhmSolder last, must match LED brightness220.jpg
R53Resistor220 OhmSolder last, must match LED brightness220.jpg
R54Resistor220 OhmSolder last, must match LED brightness220.jpg
R55Resistor220 OhmSolder last, must match LED brightness220.jpg
R57Resistor10KNot required if R38 is 6-pin10k.jpg
R58Resistor10KNot required if R36 is 6-pin10k.jpg
R59Resistor10KNot required if R34 is 6-pin10k.jpg
R60Resistor10KNot required if R32 is 6-pin10k.jpg
R61Resistor10KNot required if R30 is 6-pin10k.jpg
R81Resistor220 OhmCurrent limiting resistor for power LED connected to J2220.jpg
S1Double-Pole, Single-Throw Switch-Optional: See Notes 1, 6
T2BC547-Optional: Current sinking for LED and switch matrix
T3BC547-Optional: Current sinking for LED and switch matrix
T4BC547-Optional: Current sinking for LED and switch matrix
T5BC547-Optional: Current sinking for LED and switch matrix
T6BC547-Optional: Current sinking for LED and switch matrix
T7BC547-Optional: Current sinking for LED and switch matrix
T8BC547-Optional: Current sinking for LED and switch matrix
T9BC547-Optional: Current sinking for LED and switch matrix
U26N138 Optocoupler--
V17809 Voltage Regulator-Optional: See Notes 1, 10
V27809 Voltage Regulator-Optional: See Notes 2, 10
V37812 Voltage Regulator-Optional: See Notes 2, 10
V47805 Voltage Regulator-Optional: See Notes 3, 10

Core Modules

C1_CORE1Ceramic Capacitor33pF-33pf.jpg or 33pf_cap_b_150.jpg
C1_CORE2Ceramic Capacitor33pF-33pf.jpg or 33pf_cap_b_150.jpg
C1_CORE3Ceramic Capacitor33pF-33pf.jpg or 33pf_cap_b_150.jpg
C1_CORE4Ceramic Capacitor33pF-33pf.jpg or 33pf_cap_b_150.jpg
C2_CORE1Ceramic Capacitor33pF-33pf.jpg or 33pf_cap_b_150.jpg
C2_CORE2Ceramic Capacitor33pF-33pf.jpg or 33pf_cap_b_150.jpg
C2_CORE3Ceramic Capacitor33pF-33pf.jpg or 33pf_cap_b_150.jpg
C2_CORE4Ceramic Capacitor33pF-33pf.jpg or 33pf_cap_b_150.jpg
C3_CORE1Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C3_CORE2Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C3_CORE3Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C3_CORE4Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
J11_CORE1Header, 2-Pin--
J11_CORE2Header, 2-Pin--
J11_CORE3Header, 2-Pin--
J11_CORE4Header, 2-Pin--
J4_CORE1Header, 4-Pin--
J4_CORE2Header, 4-Pin--
J4_CORE3Header, 4-Pin--
J4_CORE4Header, 4-Pin--
J6_CORE1Header, 5-Pin-Can combine with J7_CORE1 in 5×2 DIL header
J6_CORE2Header, 5-Pin-Can combine with J7_CORE2 in 5×2 DIL header
J6_CORE3Header, 5-Pin-Can combine with J7_CORE3 in 5×2 DIL header
J6_CORE4Header, 5-Pin-Can combine with J7_CORE4 in 5×2 DIL header
J7_CORE1Header, 5-Pin-Can combine with J6_CORE1 in 5×2 DIL header
J7_CORE2Header, 5-Pin-Can combine with J6_CORE2 in 5×2 DIL header
J7_CORE3Header, 5-Pin-Can combine with J6_CORE3 in 5×2 DIL header
J7_CORE4Header, 5-Pin-Can combine with J6_CORE4 in 5×2 DIL header
J8_CORE1Header, 5-Pin-Can combine with J9_CORE1 in 5×2 DIL header
J8_CORE2Header, 5-Pin-Can combine with J9_CORE2 in 5×2 DIL header
J8_CORE3Header, 5-Pin-Can combine with J9_CORE3 in 5×2 DIL header
J8_CORE4Header, 5-Pin-Can combine with J9_CORE4 in 5×2 DIL header
J9_CORE1Header, 5-Pin-Can combine with J8_CORE1 in 5×2 DIL header
J9_CORE2Header, 5-Pin-Can combine with J8_CORE2 in 5×2 DIL header
J9_CORE3Header, 5-Pin-Can combine with J8_CORE3 in 5×2 DIL header
J9_CORE4Header, 5-Pin-Can combine with J8_CORE4 in 5×2 DIL header
J15_CORE1Header, 8-Pin, Dual row--
J15_CORE2Header, 8-Pin, Dual row--
J15_CORE3Header, 8-Pin, Dual row--
J15_CORE4Header, 8-Pin, Dual row--
J5_CORE1Header, 10-Pin--
J5_CORE2Header, 10-Pin--
J5_CORE3Header, 10-Pin--
J5_CORE4Header, 10-Pin--
Q1_CORE1Crystal10MHzLow Profile HC49 Type
Q1_CORE2Crystal10MHzLow Profile HC49 Type
Q1_CORE3Crystal10MHzLow Profile HC49 Type
Q1_CORE4Crystal10MHzLow Profile HC49 Type
R1_CORE1Resistor100 Ohm-100.jpg
R1_CORE2Resistor100 Ohm-100.jpg
R1_CORE3Resistor100 Ohm-100.jpg
R1_CORE4Resistor100 Ohm-100.jpg
R6_CORE2Resistor1.2KNot required, but can mount if you want1k2.jpg
R6_CORE3Resistor1.2KNot required, but can mount if you want1k2.jpg
R6_CORE4Resistor1.2KNot required, but can mount if you want1k2.jpg

SID Modules

C1_SID1Capacitor470pF or 22nFSee Note 7470pf.jpg or 22nf.jpg or 22nf_cap_b_150.jpg
C1_SID2Capacitor470pF or 22nFSee Note 7470pf.jpg or 22nf.jpg or 22nf_cap_b_150.jpg
C1_SID3Capacitor470pF or 22nFSee Note 7470pf.jpg or 22nf.jpg or 22nf_cap_b_150.jpg
C1_SID4Capacitor470pF or 22nFSee Note 7470pf.jpg or 22nf.jpg or 22nf_cap_b_150.jpg
C2_SID1Capacitor470pF or 22nFSee Note 7470pf.jpg or 22nf.jpg or 22nf_cap_b_150.jpg
C2_SID2Capacitor470pF or 22nFSee Note 7470pf.jpg or 22nf.jpg or 22nf_cap_b_150.jpg
C2_SID3Capacitor470pF or 22nFSee Note 7470pf.jpg or 22nf.jpg or 22nf_cap_b_150.jpg
C2_SID4Capacitor470pF or 22nFSee Note 7470pf.jpg or 22nf.jpg or 22nf_cap_b_150.jpg
C21_SID1Capacitor470pF or 22nFSee Note 7470pf.jpg or 22nf.jpg or 22nf_cap_b_150.jpg
C21_SID2Capacitor470pF or 22nFSee Note 7470pf.jpg or 22nf.jpg or 22nf_cap_b_150.jpg
C21_SID3Capacitor470pF or 22nFSee Note 7470pf.jpg or 22nf.jpg or 22nf_cap_b_150.jpg
C21_SID4Capacitor470pF or 22nFSee Note 7470pf.jpg or 22nf.jpg or 22nf_cap_b_150.jpg
C22_SID1Capacitor470pF or 22nFSee Note 7470pf.jpg or 22nf.jpg or 22nf_cap_b_150.jpg
C22_SID2Capacitor470pF or 22nFSee Note 7470pf.jpg or 22nf.jpg or 22nf_cap_b_150.jpg
C22_SID3Capacitor470pF or 22nFSee Note 7470pf.jpg or 22nf.jpg or 22nf_cap_b_150.jpg
C22_SID4Capacitor470pF or 22nFSee Note 7470pf.jpg or 22nf.jpg or 22nf_cap_b_150.jpg
C3_SID1Ceramic Capacitor1nF-1nf.jpg
C3_SID2Ceramic Capacitor1nF-1nf.jpg
C3_SID3Ceramic Capacitor1nF-1nf.jpg
C3_SID4Ceramic Capacitor1nF-1nf.jpg
C23_SID1Ceramic Capacitor1nF-1nf.jpg
C23_SID2Ceramic Capacitor1nF-1nf.jpg
C23_SID3Ceramic Capacitor1nF-1nf.jpg
C23_SID4Ceramic Capacitor1nF-1nf.jpg
C4_SID1Ceramic Capacitor470pF-470pf.jpg
C4_SID2Ceramic Capacitor470pF-470pf.jpg
C4_SID3Ceramic Capacitor470pF-470pf.jpg
C4_SID4Ceramic Capacitor470pF-470pf.jpg
C24_SID1Ceramic Capacitor470pF-470pf.jpg
C24_SID2Ceramic Capacitor470pF-470pf.jpg
C24_SID3Ceramic Capacitor470pF-470pf.jpg
C24_SID4Ceramic Capacitor470pF-470pf.jpg
C5_SID1Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)10µF-10uf.jpg
C5_SID2Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)10µF-10uf.jpg
C5_SID3Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)10µF-10uf.jpg
C5_SID4Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)10µF-10uf.jpg
C25_SID1Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)10µF-10uf.jpg
C25_SID2Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)10µF-10uf.jpg
C25_SID3Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)10µF-10uf.jpg
C25_SID4Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)10µF-10uf.jpg
C6_SID1Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)1µF-1uf.jpg
C6_SID2Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)1µF-1uf.jpg
C6_SID3Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)1µF-1uf.jpg
C6_SID4Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)1µF-1uf.jpg
C26_SID1Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)1µF-1uf.jpg
C26_SID2Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)1µF-1uf.jpg
C26_SID3Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)1µF-1uf.jpg
C26_SID4Electrolytic Capacitor (Radial)1µF-1uf.jpg
C7_SID1Ceramic Capacitor1nF-1nf.jpg
C7_SID2Ceramic Capacitor1nF-1nf.jpg
C7_SID3Ceramic Capacitor1nF-1nf.jpg
C7_SID4Ceramic Capacitor1nF-1nf.jpg
C27_SID1Ceramic Capacitor1nF-1nf.jpg
C27_SID2Ceramic Capacitor1nF-1nf.jpg
C27_SID3Ceramic Capacitor1nF-1nf.jpg
C27_SID4Ceramic Capacitor1nF-1nf.jpg
C8_SID1Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C8_SID2Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C8_SID3Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C8_SID4Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C28_SID1Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C28_SID2Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C28_SID3Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C28_SID4Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C9_SID1Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C9_SID2Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C9_SID3Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C9_SID4Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C29_SID1Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C29_SID2Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C29_SID3Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C29_SID4Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C13_SID1Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C13_SID2Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C13_SID3Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C13_SID4Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C14_SID1Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C14_SID2Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C14_SID3Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
C14_SID4Monolithic Capacitor100nF-100nf.jpg
J1_SID1Header, 3-Pin-Optional: See Note 8
J1_SID2Header, 3-Pin-Optional: See Note 8
J1_SID3Header, 3-Pin-Optional: See Note 8
J1_SID4Header, 3-Pin-Optional: See Note 8
J2_SID1Header, 3-Pin-Optional: See Note 8
J2_SID2Header, 3-Pin-Optional: See Note 8
J2_SID3Header, 3-Pin-Optional: See Note 8
J2_SID4Header, 3-Pin-Optional: See Note 8
J3_SID1Header, 3-Pin-See Note 9
J3_SID2Header, 3-Pin-See Note 9
J3_SID3Header, 3-Pin-See Note 9
J3_SID4Header, 3-Pin-See Note 9
J23_SID1Header, 3-Pin-See Note 9
J23_SID2Header, 3-Pin-See Note 9
J23_SID3Header, 3-Pin-See Note 9
J23_SID4Header, 3-Pin-See Note 9
U1_SID1SID 6581/6582/8580--
U1_SID2SID 6581/6582/8580--
U1_SID3SID 6581/6582/8580--
U1_SID4SID 6581/6582/8580--
U2_SID1SID 6581/6582/8580--
U2_SID2SID 6581/6582/8580--
U2_SID3SID 6581/6582/8580--
U2_SID4SID 6581/6582/8580--


  1. Parts B1, C1, C2, C3, C4, C11, C12, J1, V1, S1 are for PSU Options A or B.
  2. Parts V2, V3 are for PSU Option B only (for +9v and +12v supplies, mixing 8580/6582 and 6581 SIDs.
  3. Parts C13, C14, J73, J74, V4 are for PSU Option C only.
  4. Use a four-pin SIL header in J1A as an alternative to J1 if using a panel mounted power socket.
  5. JD1, JD2, JD3, JD4, JD5, JD6, JD7, JD8, JD9 are pads to connect to a control surface. If using the MB-6582 control surface PCB in a PT-10 case (or similar sized case), do not solder SIL headers to these pads, the connection to the control surface PCB is via ribbon cables soldered directly to the pads. Refer to MB-6582 Control Surface Construction Guide.
  6. The switch S1 is the same switch as found in a Commodore 64. You can temporarily use any DPDT switch until a good supply of these switches is located. The DPDT rocker switch from Mountain Switches which was previously suggested ( does not suit the rearpanel design.
  7. These capacitors on the SID control the filter cutoff frequency. For 6581, they should be 470pF. For 8580/6582, they should be 22nF. To allow for interchangeable capacitors (should you wish to swap between 6581 and 8580/6582), solder a strip of 6 machine pins (available from Farnell, Mouser and Jameco) into the pads for these capacitors. Alternately, cut up an IC socket. Even if you plan to only use one type of SID, not soldering the capacitors gives you the opportunity to tweak the capacitors, install better ones later, etc.
  8. If using PSU Option B, 3-pin SIL headers in these pads allow switching the voltage supply to the SID between +9v and +12v. Use a jumper (shunt). If using PSU Option A, bridge between middle pin and “9V” pin with a resistor lead.
  9. These are the SID's audio input and output headers, which can be used to connect feedback pots (like on the rear panel of MB-6582). If not using (or until you connect) feedback pots, use a jumper (shunt) between “IN” and “GND” pins. You can also use these headers to connect audio sockets for external audio input to the SID (but preferably sockets with switch so unused socket will ground the input).
  10. If you plan to use heatsinks on voltage regulators, it is best to attach them first, or you may solder the regulator too close to the PCB.
  11. Audio sockets (jacks) are Neutrik NMJ6HFD2 or equivalent (check Neutrik's datasheet for comparison). Other parts (even from Neutrik) are similar enough to fit. Note that some brands of this kind of audio socket have the switch pins on the opposite side and will not work “as is” on the PCB and require bridging the switch pins from the pins normally in contact with the phono plug. Ideally the socket should mount flat against the PCB and only the threaded part extend past the PCB (i.e. so sockets can mount flush with rear panel holes).
  12. These are 5 or 6 pin common bus resistor networks, in which one pin is “common” and is connected to all the other pins via resistors. The dot indicates pin 1 (the common pin), which goes in the square pad (left-side) directly above/below the component identifier (eg. “R31”). Do not get a 6-pin resistor network which is three isolated resistors connected to three pairs of pins. The correct one is Mouser part 264-10K-RC. If buying elsewhere, I believe if given a choice between parts with an “A” or “B”, the “A” means “common bus” and “B” means “isolated”. (See here:
  13. Make sure you get caps with a leg width(RM) of 5,0 and not the more common 7,5 RM ones. Those won't fit.