Luap wrote:Testing during the build is pretty important, and can save you a lot of problems further down the line if/when something goes wrong.
il keep that in mind :wink:
Luap wrote:Had you of asked about their kits before you bought it, you'd likely have been pointed to 2 or 3 other, more reputable suppliers instead ;)
too late for that, phono already told me on doa.
since its called "x0xb0x", i thought it was legit. nevermind, a good 303 clone is nice to have - i dont need a perfect clone.
Luap wrote:As for what to do with the kit.. It would be way too much work to transfer everything to new PCB's anyway. And I doubt Mode Machines can support a half built kit whether they are at fault or not. Probably best to be thorough, persevere and get it working, replacing parts where-ever necessary.
will do, the reason why i got the kit and not the pre-assembled machine in the first place is the joyful banned that comes with such a massive (for me at least, im a learnig by doing guy) project :D