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Kenwood ka-3500 does you know the sub for nec 616b and nec 588 transistors or at least the specs. Thanks

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  • chiefkenny Jan 09, 2008

    is the newark part # 24b9320 a sub for both the nec616b and the nec 588? thanks

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Newark Part Number: 24B9320

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