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Inductor identification

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Glug:
I have an inductor and not much experience identifying them.  Online guides have only helped with some of the codes.   It is inline in an audio signal, is there anything I should beware of when selecting a replacement?

I gather that it is 1 uH, and K=10%?   But I'm not sure about the rest, or the significant of the O or O after the uH.

  Thanks!

It reads:

1uH0
C10K
PLW
75/41

Psi:
could be this
http://www.datasheets.org.uk/indexdl/Datasheets-SL1/DSASL0016753.pdf

part- SC55-10-3920-10        value- 1.0uH        bodymarking- 1uH0-K


Or something similar by the same company.

Glug:
Thank you, Psi.

I don't know much about inductors, but I wonder about the significance of the 75/41.  The resistance measured .4 ohms.  I'll have to get a few and experiment, but it looks like it shouldn't be too difficult to identify a few "typical" high frequency filter inductors for the audio spectrum.

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