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Old 1st January 2011, 05:19 PM   #11
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if the return is the 2nd bolt, I'm pretty sure that meets the def of S.T. In one bolt, thru the metal plate and down the other core to the chassis.
Ah! Yes, you are absolutely correct. I didn't think about the other bolt!
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since he's 'powering' the chassis, he should upgrade to audiophile metal. so it - uhh - sounds better.

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