I imagine it's the same one I posted about here? (over a year ago now) viewtopic.php?f=7&t=21431
Either way, I doubt it means the end of the x0xb0x. After all, the x0xb0x was intended as a DIY project. The TT303 is ready built. And apart from looking near identical to a genuine 303, I can't see that it holds any real world advantage over a x0xb0x?
The x0xb0x is as good a clone as you could wish for, if properly built. The fact that many were far from properly built is about the only thing that counts against it (And whos fault is that? ;) )
Who knows, maybe the TT303 is actually a good clone? But there is an awful lot about it that makes me more than a little wary. Like the points already mentioned above, and the occasional first time posters springing up on certain forums that already give the TT303 a faultless review (while conveniently claiming to also have a genuine 303 to compare with, and strangely diss the x0xb0x while they are at it
While im here. Taken from Mr Whittles site..
"TT" stands for "21st Century Transistor Technology".
Really Robin? Really?? :lol: