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Old 9th May 2004, 04:59 PM   #1
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Talking babygain

yes i have to much time on my hands

its a marine electrical box paint it with a wood base should look good for my buddy
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finished the sad part is it sounds better than my first gainclone
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Great work Karma!

What's the PS? A wall wart? If so, what ratings did you choose?

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i have it runing at 42V i found a transformer 42vx2 and its small
so ill just put it inside another marine electrical box beside the amp. i want to use some wood to make a deck to hold them

see pic just thinking somthing up now
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ready for paint

and as a bonus its allmost water proof
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