|7th January 2005, 01:05 PM||#12|
Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: Chicago area
Yesterday I just finished "modding" a Sonic Impact. Actually it was really more of a "re-casing" than modifying. I put it in a small aluminum case from Fry's, added a better volume pot, put two inputs on the back selected by a DPDT switch on the front and added a separate power switch on front.
It looks very nice and sounds better than the stock SI. I think that may be due to the higher quality volume pot and input jacks since I really made no changes to the circuit. I'm using it as the amp in my office but it would make a great amp for a PC (and you wouldn't have to change anything)!
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