1. Arjan says:

    Is t a problemen when I use a LM13700N instead of a LM13700D?

  2. Patrick Kelly says:


    That should work fine. According to the datasheets for each, there is only minimal difference. The main difference is that the LM13700N is a TI chip, and the LM13700D is an NJR chip.


  3. Alex Tinsley says:

    In the Parts List for Resistors you have the 2K Ohm 1% with the same part number as the 4.7K Ohm 1%. The correct part number for the 2K Ohm 1% I believe is: 660-MF1/4DC2001F

  4. Brett says:

    Hi was just wondering if the LM13600 is an ok replacement for the LM13700.

  5. Steve Harmon says:

    Hey Brett,
    The LM13600 is supposedly an ‘inferior’ version of the LM13700.
    Pin out is the same.

  6. Brett says:

    @Steve Harmon
    Thanks Zach.
    I had a few 13600 left over from another project, and I just wanted to check. Found a few 7s on ebay.

  7. Samuel says:

    Are the 4 100k Vertical Mount Pots “linear” or “audio” pots?

  8. Steve Harmon says:

    They are Linear pots B100k

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