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Old 11th October 2005, 12:24 PM   #1
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Question Car Amp Guts Page - Need feedback

http://www.ampguts.com

Kevin (oPossum) gently provided the web hosting. I'm still waiting an answer but I cannot get in touch with him.

Anyway the first few amps (upto Audio Art's) are working.

Need feedback, what do you think? Any annoyances? Any comment is appreciated!!

BTW: All other amps (570 total) are finished and ready to be uploaded
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half the links r not working
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half the links r not working
Anyway the first few amps (upto Audio Art's) are working.

This is just a test for design and usability.
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Anyway the first few amps (upto Audio Art's) are working.

This is just a test for design and usability.

sorry , didnt notice u wrote that in the first post
are u gonna put schematics also?
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Thats a good idea.. but I really doubt I can find schematics for many of them.
What to like dislike:

1_ Is the "picture opening in a new browser window" useful or annoying?
2_ Should I add a navigation bar (next/prev amp - main index)
3_ Is the main index ok?

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Thats a good idea.. but I really doubt I can find schematics for many of them.
What to like dislike:

1_ Is the "picture opening in a new browser window" useful or annoying?
2_ Should I add a navigation bar (next/prev amp - main index)
3_ Is the main index ok?

Thanks!

1 - useful
2 - I never use those anyway, you could put it in if you want though
3 - seems fine to me


There are a couple of quirks though, for example you have 3 sections for Kicker, 2 sections for Brax, the Linear Power section is just called "Linear" with "Power" as part of the model names, and some of the filenames in other brands are inconsistent (some of them have say axa-####, while others that should be axa-#### just have ####, like in the Avionixx section). Apart from those little details it seems fine.
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Thanks for your feedback!

Those quirks will be solved in time. I use an application I coded to generate the pages, so I must add the compound names to a table for the app to recognize the brand (otherwise it assumes the first word is the brand).. Linear Power is missing from that table for sure.
The sections thing is a bug... every good software has at least 100 bugs, will be solved asap. (nice excuse! )
Correct model names are sometimes hard to find as the same amp is usually referenced with different codes, but I trust they will be pointed out.

Thanks again, I hope to have it online soon.
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Old 12th October 2005, 04:53 AM   #8
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looks good so far.

can supply a few gut photos if you like.
Nak 100pa, 1000pa, pa304
eclipse, and some others i cant think of at the moment.

Email me if you like

chomper7ATtpgDOTcomDOTau

can go to

www.chriscrystalcraft.com.au

(gfriends site) and click on the nsew link to see some examples (no guts just externals.
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Old 12th October 2005, 04:53 PM   #9
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I have an Audiomobile 4 ch and a few other obscure items around that I could take apart and photograph. Is there an interest in these oldies?
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ocaukrell:
Already sent you a mail!! Thanks

Chris:
Oldies but goodies. If you take a look those Alpines like the 3558 are from the eighties, so the answer is YES, completely!

You can mail me to dtartaraATgmailDOTcom or dtartaraAThotmailDOTcom

Remember to take a picture of the outside and give me some specs (if you have) because it may be hard to find.
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