For Sale:   Hard-to-find  Integrated Circuits
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This is a list of my current parts in stock. Click on any part number below for pricing and additional information.

SC-01-A   WPC 5410-12426-01   ADSP-2105-KP40   AY-3-8910   AY-3-8912   CY7C128   DAC80   IDT6116   HC-55516   HC-55536   LF13331   MAC224   MC3417   MFC8040   MM5837   MSM5205   NE591   PCD5101   QVE11233   R6503   RPY58   S14001A   SG3081   SN76477   SP0250   SP1000   TAA621A11   TMS5200   TMS5220   YM2151   YM3012


Description:
All parts listed below are New Old Stock, unused and guaranteed to be in working order.
All parts are limited to stock-on-hand. When my current inventory is sold, I may not be able to purchase additional quantities. If you need rare or hard-to-find ICs, send me an E-Mail . I may be able to find the parts for you. Please limit your inquiries to parts that cannot be found from other suppliers, or parts that are typically $15 each, or more. Most of the time, there will be a minimum order (usually around $100) if I have to purchase the part for the first time. This is because my suppliers have minimum order requirements. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Shipping and Handling:
In the proper anti-static container is only $5.00 in the USA for any order under $50. Orders of $50 or more pay $6.50 for shipping. Insurance is extra. I usually ship by First Class US Postal Service. A portion of this fee is for shipping materials. Contact me for shipping rates if you live outside the USA.

Payment and How to Order:
I don't have an Internet Shopping Cart, just email me to confirm to total amount due. I accept cash, personal checks (15 day hold), money orders, Western Union or Paypal. If you use Paypal please add $2.00 to your order, to cover the fees they charge me. My Paypal ID for payment is my email address: (keinert@comcast.net). Send me an E-Mail  if you have any questions.


SC-01-A
Phonetic Speech Synthesizer, used in many classic 1980s games. 22 pin DIP, this is the rare IC made by Votrax that produces monotone human speech by combining "phoneme sounds". This IC is used in pinball machines like Black Hole, Caveman, Devil’s Dare, Mars God of War, Q*Bert’s Quest, and Volcano. The Gottlieb part number for this IC is X0468. It is also used in video games like Gorf, Q*Bert, Wizard of Wor, Reactor, and Vanguard.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $62.95 $62.95
2pcs $56.95 $113.90
5pcs $51.95 $259.75
10pcs $48.95 $489.50
Here are two WAV files of the speech that this IC generates in a Gottlieb Black Hole pinball machine.
1) The main "Attract Mode" sound: "Do You Dare To Enter The Black Hole"
2) Sounds and speech that occur when a ball is captured: "Captured"


WPC Custom ASIC 5410-12426-01
WPC Custom ASIC, 84 Lead PLCC made for Williams Electronics. Used in Bally and Williams CPU Boards thoughout the 1990s including Star Trek Next Generation, Theatre of Magic, Twilight Zone, Creature from the Black Lagoon, and many others. These ICs are brand new, unused parts. They work in all CPU board versions including WPC, WPC-S, and WPC95. I have less than 10pcs in stock.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $57.95 $57.95
2pcs $48.95 $97.90





ADSP-2105-KP40
Digital Signal Processor, 68 Lead PLCC made by Analog Devices. Used in Bally and Williams DCS Sound Boards including Star Trek Next Generation, Theatre of Magic, Jack*Bot, Johnny Mnemonic, Judge Dredd, and a few other pinball machines. Also used in video games like Mortal Kombat 2 and 3, Cruis'n USA, and Cruis'n World.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $20.99 $20.99
2pcs $18.89 $37.78
5pcs $17.99 $89.95
10pcs $15.89 $153.90


AY-3-8910 or AY38910
Programmable Sound Generator, 40 pin DIP made by General Instrument and MicroChip. Used in Bally's Xenon and Viking pinball machines and in other arcade games during the 1980s.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $12.99 $12.99
2pcs $9.99 $19.98
5pcs $7.99 $39.95
10pcs $7.19 $71.90


AY-3-8912 or AY38912
Programmable Sound Generator, 28 pin DIP made by General Instrument and MicroChip. Used in a few arcade games during the 1980s.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $9.49 $9.49
2pcs $8.29 $16.58
5pcs $7.09 $35.45
10pcs $6.79 $67.90


DAC80-CBI-V
Digital to Analog Converter, used in Cinematronics XY video games like Star Castle and Space Wars during the 1980s. These are the high quality 24 pin ceramic DIP gold lead version made by Burr Brown.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $22.95 $22.95
2pcs $19.95 $39.90
5pcs $18.95 $94.75
10pcs $17.69 $176.90


IDT6116SA35TP or CY7C128A-35PC
Static RAM, 16K (2K x 8-bit), 24 pin, .300" narrow DIP, made by Integrated Device Technology. This RAM memory chip is used on the DCS Sound Board (A-16917) of Bally and Williams WPC pinball machines made during the 1990s. Some DCS sound boards are populated with a Cypress brand SRAM (functional equivalent).
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $12.95 $12.95
2pcs $11.49 $22.98
5pcs $9.79 $48.95
10pcs $6.49 $64.90


HC-55516
Continuously Variable Slope Delta (CSVD) Modulator/Demodulator. These are the high quality 14 pin ceramic DIP gold lead version made by Harris. There are two versions of Williams speech boards used in conjuction with the sound board in System 6 and System 7 pinball games. One version of this speech board has the MC3417L and the other version has the HC-55516. One of these two ICs will be found in games like Gorgar, Alien Poker, Blackout, Firepower, Jungle Lord and Pharoah. There is some confusion as to the correct part number of this chip. The prefix stamped on the part can be read as CI-, HCI-, or HC1. However, the datasheet from the Harris databook calls this part an HC-55516. The "-9" suffix indicates a commercial temperature range of -40C to +85C.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $76.99 $76.99

ONLY 8 PIECES LEFT IN STOCK !
HC-55536
Continuously Variable Slope Delta (CSVD) Modulator/Demodulator. 14 pin ceramic DIP made by Harris. Used in Williams System 11 boards, and I also believe they are used on Bally WPC sound boards. The prefix stamped on the part can be read as CI-, HCI-, or HC1. However, the datasheet from the Harris databook calls this part an HC-55536. The "-5" suffix indicates a temperature range of 0 deg-C to +75C.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $24.99 $24.99
2pcs $22.69 $45.38
5pcs $20.99 $104.95
10pcs $18.69 $186.90


LF13331N
Quad Single Pole Single Throw (SPST) Analog Switch. 16 pin DIP made by National Semiconductor. Used in Cinematronics XY video games like Star Castle and Space Wars during the 1980s.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $13.69 $13.69
2pcs $11.89 $23.78
5pcs $10.69 $53.45
10pcs $9.99 $99.90


MAC224A-10
Heavy Duty Triac made by Digitron and Motorola. These Triacs are rated for a peak of 800 Volts and 40 Amps. They are used in Sega's After Burner, deluxe full motion cabinet flight simulator. This machine can be seen by clicking on the "Pictures of My Collection" link.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $9.89 $9.89
2pcs $9.29 $18.58
5pcs $8.69 $43.45
10pcs $7.89 $78.90


MC3417L
Continuously Variable Slope Delta (CSVD) Modulator/Demodulator. 16 pin DIP made by Motorola. There are two versions of Williams speech boards used in conjuction with the sound board in System 6 and System 7 pinball games. One version of this speech board has the MC3417L and the other version has the HC-55516. One of these two ICs will be found in games like Gorgar, Alien Poker, Blackout, Firepower, Jungle Lord and Pharoah.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $11.69 $11.69
2pcs $10.69 $21.38
5pcs $9.89 $49.45
10pcs $9.29 $92.90


MFC-8040
Single channel, low noise audio pre-amp. 8 staggered pin DIP made by Motorola. There are four of these ICs inside the 8-Track player of a 1972 Midway's Haunted House Gun Game. One pre-amp is used to amplify each of the four tape head audio tracks. The tracks are background sounds, the Witch, the Grave Robber (Monster), and the Cats. Another collector has confirmed that these ICs were also used in other Midway games of the same era that have a "plain metal box" style of 8-Track tape player. These games include Twin Pirate Gun, Dune Buggy, and Gangbusters.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $42.98 $42.98
2pcs $39.98 $79.90
5pcs $36.98 $184.90
10pcs $31.98 $319.80


MM5837N
White Noise Generator. 8 pin DIP made by National Semiconductor. These were very popular in all sorts of 1980s vintage audio circuits. Not sure if they were used in any arcade games. I have these parts in two marking styles. The first style is marked on the top of the IC as shown in the picture to the right. It says MM5837N on the top of the part. These are getting very expensive for me to buy, so they are priced accordingly.

In addition to the correctly labeled parts, I also have MM5837N parts made by National Semiconductor, but marked with a different part number for a private company. This company wanted their own "in-house" part number stamped on top of the IC. In other words, these "Generic" IC chips are the same exact MM5837N parts that were made by National Semi, but the private company paid National Semi to stamp a different part number on the top. These generic parts are NOS, unused, and I guarantee them to be the exact same part. They will work anywhere you currently use an MM5837N.
Integrated Circuit
MM5837N Marking
Qty Each Total
1pc $31.98 $31.98
2pcs $24.98 $49.96
5pcs $22.98 $114.90
10pcs $18.98 $189.80
Generic Marking
Qty Each Total
1pc $26.69 $26.69
2pcs $21.69 $43.38
5pcs $18.69 $93.45
10pcs $15.69 $156.90


MSM5205RS
Speech Synthesizer. 18 pin DIP made by OKI Semiconductor. Used in Data East pinball machines and 1990s video games like Renegade.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $12.69 $12.69
2pcs $10.69 $21.38
5pcs $9.29 $46.45
10pcs $8.69 $86.90


NE591N
3 bit - 8 Line Driver. 18 pin DIP made by Phillips Semiconductor. Used on the Solenoid Driver board of a 1979 Valley Spectra IV cocktail pinball machine.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $18.95 $18.95
2pcs $16.95 $33.90
5pcs $14.95 $74.75
10pcs $12.95 $129.50


PCD5101P
256 x 4 bit Static RAM, 120nS access speed. 22 pin DIP made by Phillips / Signetics. These 5101 SRAMs are used in all the classic (late 70s through early 80s) solid state Bally pinball machines like Playboy, Star Trek, Harlem Globetrotters, Freedom, Night Rider, Power Play, Mata Hari, Evil Knievel, Eight Ball, Strikes and Spares, Lost World, Six Million Dollar Man, Blackjack and Baby Pac Man. The MPU or CPU boards in these games have a part number of AS-2518-17, -33 or -133. They are also used in Stern pinballs of the same era and Williams Defender.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $6.89 $6.89
2pcs $5.99 $11.98
5pcs $5.19 $25.95
10pcs $4.69 $46.90


QVE11233.0086
Opto Coupler / Opto Interrupter made for Bally and Williams. There part number is 5490-13451-00. These are the high sensitivity optos that are used in 1990s era pinball machines. The optos inside the clock on Bally's Twilight Zone are one example of where these special part number optos must be used. This part has the additional ".0086" suffix after the QVE11233, which means that it has a higher sensitivity compared to a regular 11233 without the suffix. Regular optos may not work in 1990 Bally or Williams pinballs.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $16.69 $16.69
2pcs $11.79 $23.58
5pcs $9.69 $48.45
10pcs $9.19 $91.90
25pcs $8.69 $217.25


R6503 or SY6503A
Microprocessor, 28 pin DIP made by Rockwell. These ICs were used in early Gottlieb System 80 sound boards, for pinball machines like Spiderman, etc. The original Rockwell chip works at a frequency of 1MHz. I am selling the 2MHz version of this CPU chip made by Synertek which is a direct replacement. It has the "ability" to run at 2MHz but the actual clock speed is determined by the crystal on the PCB. Therefore, these chips will run at 1MHz when installed into your original pinball PCB. Synertek was a major competitor to Rockwell back in the early 1980s.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $15.95 $15.95
2pcs $14.45 $28.90
5pcs $12.95 $64.75
10pcs $10.95 $109.50


RPY58 or RPY58A
These Photo-Conductive Cells are the original and correct parts used in Midway's 70s vintage gun games like Twin Pirate Gun and Duck Hunt. They may also work in other gun games that use a light beam to hit the targets. I have less than 40pcs remaining in stock.
Photo-Cell
Qty Each Total
1pc $21.95 $21.95
2pcs $18.95 $37.90
5pcs $17.95 $89.75
10pcs $15.29 $152.90


S14001A
Speech Synthesizer, 40 pin DIP made by TSI. These ICs are found in many 1980s gadgets, including VSU-100 boards in Stern pinball machines, Berzerk and Frenzy video games, and electronic devices like the Talking Chess Challenger by Fidelity and the Canola Desktop Calculator by Canon.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $28.95 $28.95
2pcs $24.95 $49.90
5pcs $21.45 $107.75
10pcs $19.95 $199.50


SG3081N
Transistor Array, 16 pin DIP made by Silicon General. These ICs are found on the Solenoid Driver boards of Bally, Stern, and Zaccaria pinball machines. They are the same as RCA CA3081 and Plessey SL3081 Transistor Arrays.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $6.95 $6.95
2pcs $5.95 $11.90
5pcs $4.95 $24.75
10pcs $4.29 $42.90


SN76477     (0.600" wide body).
Complex Sound Generator, 28 pin DIP made by Texas Instruments. These ICs are found in Gameplan and Zaccaria pinball machines. They were also used in a few classic video games like Space Invaders and Vanguard.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $18.95 $18.95
2pcs $16.95 $33.90
5pcs $13.95 $69.75
10pcs $10.69 $106.90

I also have a very limited quantitiy of the SN76477NF 0.400" narrow body chips that are used in Taito boards. These are available for $18.95 each, while supplies last.
SP0250
Speech Synthesizer, 28 pin DIP made by General Instrument. These chips are found on Gottlieb System 80B sound boards and a variety of arcade games like Gold Wings, MACH 3, Star Trek, and Space Fury. Very limited quantities in stock.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $32.95 $32.95
2pcs $29.95 $59.90
3pcs $26.95 $80.85
4pcs $22.95 $91.80





SP1000
Speech Synthesizer, 28 pin DIP made by General Instrument. Used for a short time in Telephony equipment and for other industrial applications. I've also heard that these were used in speech recognition circuits, but I have no schematic/circuit examples of that. Hunt around in the newsgroups and "speech IC" type forums, you should find some examples.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $16.95 $16.95
2pcs $8.29 $16.58
5pcs $7.69 $38.45
10pcs $6.89 $68.90




TAA621A11
Power Audio Amplifier made by SGS Thomson. Used on Midway's Chopper (alien themed helicoper flying/shooting game) from the early 1970s. The Chopper schematic calls for LM354 Audio Amp ICs, but I have never found anyone who stocked this P/N, nor can I find a datasheet on the LM354. The TAA621A11 pinout does match the Chopper schematic and I've worked on several Chopper games, all use the TAA621 chip. These ICs are NOS unused parts but if you look closely at the picture, you will notice that the two rows of pins are staggered. You will have to straighten the legs (pins) back into a normal "Dual Inline Package" (DIP) in order to insert these into the Chopper's audio PCB. It's easy to straighten the pins with a needle-nose pliers. I have not broken a single leg yet.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $28.95 $28.95
2pcs $21.95 $43.90
5pcs $16.95 $84.75
10pcs $12.95 $129.50
25pcs $10.95 $273.75





TMS5200NL
Speech Synthesizer, 28 pin DIP made by Texas Instruments. Used on Bally's "Squawk and Talk" boards. Pinball machines like Flash Gordon, Embryon, Fathom and Centaur. Also used in a few video games like QIX.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $32.99 $32.99
2pcs $30.99 $61.98
5pcs $28.69 $143.45



TMS5220NL
Speech Synthesizer, 28 pin DIP made by Texas Instruments. Used in Atari games like Gauntlet, Star Wars, and also used in Zaccaria pinball machines.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $26.99 $26.99
2pcs $19.69 $39.38
5pcs $18.29 $91.45



YM2151
FM Sound Generator, 24 pin DIP made by Yamaha. Used on Bally WPC pinball machine sound boards. These parts are not NOS. They are "clean socket pulls" which means that they were removed from printed circuit board sockets. They did not require de-soldering. Their legs are clean and straight. There may be some scratches on the top surface of the DIP package, but these parts are guaranteed to be 100% working.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $18.29 $18.29
2pcs $12.99 $25.98
5pcs $11.69 $58.45
10pcs $9.99 $99.90
20pcs $7.69 $153.80



YM3012
Floating Point Digital to Analog Converter, 16 pin DIP made by Yamaha. Used on Bally WPC sound boards and also in Williams System 16, and Data East pinball machines. These parts are not NOS. They are "clean socket pulls" which means that they were removed from printed circuit board sockets. They did not require de-soldering. Their legs are clean and straight. There may be some scratches on the top surface of the DIP package, but these parts are guaranteed to be 100% working.
Integrated Circuit
Qty Each Total
1pc $16.95 $16.95
2pcs $13.45 $26.90
5pcs $8.95 $44.75
10pcs $7.45 $74.50
20pcs $6.65 $133.00



Please contact me if you have any questions about these parts,
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http://www.GameRoomRepair.com for more information.
Thanks for your visit.

Kevin R. Keinert
4351 Beverly Dr.
Santa Maria, California
93455   USA
(805) 937-8881

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